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Image from page 164 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)
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Identifier: bostoncookingsch19hill_7
Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Home economics Cooking
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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ry, and turn into a platelined with puff-paste. Lay narrowbands of pastry over the top of thefilling, lattice-fashion, and finish witha broader band on the edge. Brushthe paste with cold water before thebands are put in place. Bake abouthalf an hour, or until the pastry isthoroughly baked and browned. The revised edition of the Labo-ratory Manual of Food and Nutrition,by Miss Berier and Miss Usher of theUniversity of Illinois, will be readyfor fall use. In the preparation of this manualthe intention has not been to devisenew and original experiments, but toselect from the large body of experi-ments now offered in physiologicalchemistry those which in themselves,or in their applications, have a moreor less direct bearing upon the prin-ciples governing the selection andpreparation of food. In the revisionthe results of later investigations havebeen utilized. Price, .00 net. Whit-comb & Barrows, publishers, Boston. Buy advertised goods— Do not accept substitutesxvi ADVERTISEMENTS

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lVJanning-Bowman (Denatured) AlCOhol G&S StOVC For All Kinds of Cooking. The Manning-Bowman Alcohol Gas Stove has all the advantages of the gasrange burner, with the added convenience of portability. Burns the new fuel—denatured alcohol—costs less than two cents an hour to operate. Unlike other alcohol burners, the Manning-Bowman Alcohol Gas Stove does not burn the alcohol direct; but converts it into gas which burns withan intensely hot, blue flame wiiich can be regulated at will. An attractive assortment of cooking utensils are made for use with this stove ; Chafing Dishes, SaucePans, Toasters, Cutlet Dishes, Tea Pots, Tea Kettles, Coffee Percolators and other useful accessories. Thesemay be had singly or with Gas Stove, forming a complete outfit. We strongly recommend the use of the Patented Ivory Enameled Food Pan with Chafing Dishes. Itsthe cleanest and most durable cooking utensil yet devised. No extra cost when sold with our Chafing Dishes. Manning-Bowman Alcohol Gas St

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Image from page 285 of “Gleanings from old Shaker journals, compiled by Clara Endicott Sears” (1916)
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Identifier: gleaningsfromold00sear
Title: Gleanings from old Shaker journals, compiled by Clara Endicott Sears
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Sears, Clara Endicott, 1863-
Subjects: Shakers
Publisher: Boston and New York : Houghton Mifflin
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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ent to the Second Family thisp.m. and stopped a little while. Brother John Orment isat work planing sieve rims. Note. Augustus Grosvenor sawed the posts at themill for the Holy Hill on 2d Feb., 1843. Feb. 24, 1843. Hazy and cold. Augustus at the millturning spools. Elijah Myrick at making a sink forthe wash-house. Alfred Collier stays with Brother Na-than Kendall, who is sick at the Square House. JohnWilliams, Elisha Myrick, Samuel Myrick, and boys arecutting wood in the dooryard. Brother Abel Jewett andDaniel Myrick came home from Cambridge with plaster.Laban Babbitt came home from Rhode Island, broughthome to the South Family .with him two women, andboy and girl, to see the Believers. He some expects theywill be Shakers. Feb. 28, 1843. Elder Brother and John Cloutmanwent to Shirley after the stone for the Holy Ground. Sabbath, March 5, 1843. Fair and cold. We have areading meeting at 9! oclock a.m. to hear a book readgiving an account of finding the fountain on the HolyHill of Zion.

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THE HARVARD SHAKER INDUSTRIES 235 March 24, 1843. Augustus at the mill fixing broomhandles. Monday, March 27, 1843. Sister Molly Lyon de-parted this life at the Square House at half-past 2 p.m.aged 92 years last January. Tuesday, March 28, 1843. At three oclock we at-tend the funeral of Sister Molly Lyon. Thomas Holdenmade the coffin and Elijah Myrick and Dana White dugthe grave. So one more of Mothers faithful first-bornchildren has gone to receive the just reward of Welldone, good and faithful servants. April 19, 1843. We move the bee house from theSquare House to the west side of the road, south of therose yard. April 22d. We moved two swarms of bees from theSecond Family yesterday here to the Church. April 24, 1843. Augustus went to Harvard town tosell fruit trees. April 25. Augustus Grosvenor went to Littleton tosell peach trees. April 26, 1843. Augustus Grosvenor went to Lex-ington with fruit trees. April 28, 1843. We take up some over five hundredfruit trees to sell. 236 GLEANI

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This Native of Randolph Center, Vermont, Quit a Job as an Auto Mechanic to Return to the Family Farm …, 05/1974
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Original Caption: This Native of Randolph Center, Vermont, Quit a Job as an Auto Mechanic to Return to the Family Farm in Hopes of Keeping It Running. in Addition to Jersey Cow Milk, He and His Mother Sell Goat’s Milk to Private Customers and a Local Nursing Home 05/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13079

Photographer: Cooper, Jane

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Barre (Washington county, Vermont, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

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