Image from page 196 of “What to do for Uncle Sam; a first book of citizenship” (1918)

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Image from page 196 of “What to do for Uncle Sam; a first book of citizenship” (1918)
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Title: What to do for Uncle Sam; a first book of citizenship
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Bailey, Carolyn Sherwin, 1875-1961
Subjects: Citizenship
Publisher: Chicago, A. Flanagan company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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AMP FIRE GIRL, WEAVING HER SYMBOL, THE DUCK,REPRESENTING- THE STRONG SWIMMER stands as a leader in her community, and who iscalled The Guardian of the Fire. As soon asthe group is formed, the Guardian writes to theCamp Fire Headquarters in New York City foran application blank. On being appointed, theGuardian receives a certificate for herself and acharter for the group, and they start out workingfor their honors. In addition to the daily workthe girls have weekly meetings, and a Council Fireonce a month for the awarding of honors and con-ferring of ranks. IN HIS JUNIOR SERVICE 193 Would the boys and girls of your class in schoollike to work together for Uncle Sam? You can dothis by joining the Junior Eed Cross. Perhaps yourentire school can enroll as an auxiliary of yourhome towns chapter of the American Eed Cross.Through the town chapter you can be part of theState Division. Your Junior Eed Cross Chapter can help UncleSam in three ways. It can study geography harder than it ever did

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Courtesy, Irving- Park School, Chicago HELPING UNCLE SAM IN WAR TIME BY PACKING COMFORTKITS FOR HIS SOLDIERS 194 WHAT TO DO FOR UNCLE SAM before, learning about foreign nations, boundarylines, the quaintness and beauty of the countriesin Europe, their customs, and dress. Find out,too, in what parts of America the Red Cross hasstood for help in time of need. You will findamong such places Johnston, where there was agreat flood, San Francisco during the terrible fire,and Halifax at the time of the explosion. The next work of your Chapter will be doingsomething for your city or town that the adultChapter to which your teacher or mother belongstells you needs to be done. Your cooking class canstudy wheat substitutes,—bran, whole wheat, corn,and Oat meal, and graham flour. With the help ofthe cooking teacher this class can learn how to-make victory bread of several kinds, and make thisbread in their own homes, which is a very patrioticway of doing ones bit for Uncle Sam. Perhapsthe boys

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Image from page 94 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
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Fifth Season Mrs. Hills Summer Glasses in Cookery at TOPO PINO, South Chatham, New Hampshire HE firstMorninsf, Class will begin work WednesdayJuly 8, with the following lesson: Falls on Province Brook (1) Methods of preparing the dishes are discussed on the shady veranda. (2) The preparation of the dishes: Cream-of-Corn Soup, St. Germain. Egg Timbales, Bread Sauce. Roast Ribs of Beef, Franconia Potatoes. Macaroni au Gratin. Rich Corn Meal Muffins. Entire Wheat Bread. Fig or Prune Whip, Boiled Custard. Sponge Cake. Lettuce Salad, French Dressing. (3) Serving the Dinner. A DVANCED Class begins work Thursday Morning, July 9, preparingâ– **- following dishes; the Chicken-and-Tomato Bouillon. Halibut Steak, Baked with Mushrooms, Hollandaise Sauce.Potatoes Maitre dHotel.Cucumber Salad. Lady Finger Rolls. Chicken Cutlets, Parker House Style. Custard Renversee. Lemon Queens, Boiled Frosting. Strawberry Bombe Glace. The classes are for teachers of Cookery, Caterers, Managers of Tea Rooms, Matr

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Image taken from page 8 of ‘[Cook’s Tourist’s Handbook for Northern Italy.]’
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Title: "[Cook’s Tourist’s Handbook for Northern Italy.]", "Guide Books. Italy, Northern"
Author: COOK, Thomas – AND SON
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10136.bb.13."
Page: 8
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1899
Publisher: Thomas Cook & Son
Edition: [Another edition.]
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000773358

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