The Milton D. Miller Papers includes University of California, Davis Agricultural
Extension Agronomist Milton D. Miller's work in the field of rice, cereal crops, oilseed crops, and food
procurement. The collection spans the years 1939-1992 and contains research proposals and reports, publications,
photographs, articles, and notes relating to international agricultural development, with an emphasis on rice
production. The collection also documents Miller's World War II service in the Australia Branch Section of the
United States Army Subsistence Procurement Branch.
Milton Davis Miller (1911-d.?) was born in Melmont, Washington in 1911 and later moved to Huntington Park,
California with his parents. After his high school graduation in 1928, Miller continued his education at the
University of California, Davis, where he received his bachelor's degree and a master's degree in agronomy.
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