Other items to store, from Essentials of Home Production and Storage, 1978
Miscellaneous- yeast, baking soda (indefinite shelf life, good for cleaning), baking powder(short shelf life), vinegar (good for cleaning, too!), spices, pickles, soup, other (chocolate!!!)
Gardening and yard supplies- seeds!, ax, shovel, hoe, rake, gloves, bucket, other gardening supplies, tarps and rope. Tarps are especially useful for many different things.
multivitamins especially A and C, which your body cannot store up.
water for two weeks -minimum 14 gallons per person= 1 gallon per person per day,
bedding -quilts, blankets, sheets, sleeping bags, drop cloth, plastic sheet
clothing for the next year -readymade clothes, coats and gloves, underwear, shoes, socks, fabrics, patterns, needles, thread, zippers, etc.
paper and cleaning products -tissues, aluminum foil, garbage bags, toilet tissue, soap, toothbrushes, floss, shaving supplies, combs/brushes, cleaning supplies, laundry supplies, feminine supplies,
fuel and light -fuel at least for cooking; flashlights and batteries, matches, candles, battery-powered lights, year’s supply for heating if possible: coal, wood, kerosene or other,
Medical needs, including having current tetanus booster-(check out “Beyond Bandaids”, scroll down the page to see it): scissors, knife, thermometer, measuring cup, medicine dropper, hot water bottle, triangular bandages, soap, matches, razor blades, needles, safety pins, adhesive tape, elastic bandage, gauze bandages, paper bags, baking soda, ammonia, hydrogen peroxide, calamine lotion, rubbing alcohol, diarrhea remedy, antibiotic ointment, first aid instruction book , any prescription medications you need, consecrated oil,
equipment -a couple manual can openers (they wear out!), dishes, utensils, dishpan, pencil, paper, rope, grain mill, sewing machine, battery-powered radio,other
infants’ needs - diapers; either disposable, or fabric with pins, wipes or washcloths, formula, bottles,
be current on your tetanus booster and anything else needed,
have all personal documents organized and easily accessible- scriptures, genealogical records including records for blessing, baptism & confirmation, marriage; patriarchal blessings, legal documents including wills, insurance, mortgage documents, contracts, passports, birth certificates, vehicle titles and any other
another good article on what to store and why, is found at http://www.utahpreppers.com/2008/11/thoughts-on-food-storage/