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Dining during the depression

Dining during the depression

strong family ties, hard work, and good old-fashioned cooking sustained folks through the 1930s

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Published by Reiman Publications, L.P. in Greendale, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cookery, American,
  • Low budget cookery

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor, Karen Thibodeau ; assistant editors, Julie Buchsbaum, Mike Beno.
    SeriesReminisce books
    ContributionsThibodeau, Karen., Buchsbaum, Julie., Beno, Mike.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX715 .D58425 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination205 p. :
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL820669M
    ISBN 100898211565
    LC Control Number95072660
    OCLC/WorldCa34416579

    How did that all change? These are but a few of the gustatory memories of John Weston that waft us on a poignant journey into the past in the company of a gifted writer and unabashed bon vivant. There are images of people displaced by the devastating flood of and solemn portraits filled with dignity. August 26th,

    In the late s it operated, for the first 15 years, the then-new landmark Illinois Tollway "Oases" which were built above the Interstate highway in the Chicago suburbs by Standard Oil of Indiana Amoco. Michael Floreak can be reached at michaelfloreak gmail. This mutually beneficial relationship, characterized as one of the most successful and influential business partnerships in the early American West, endured until Request reprint licenses, information on subsidiary rights and translations, accessibility files, review copies, and desk and exam copies. The service was originally established as a continuation of the company's named passenger train runs such as the Angel and the Saint. It was characteristic of a lot of the home-ec recipes.

    The response to hunger initially was very much a spontaneous effort by public citizens to organize and start feeding the unemployed, and you see that enacted most clearly in the bread lines. The women were subjected to a strict 10 p. It's all done gone, but it raised my family," she told Lange. Advertisement Q. Financial, domestic or otherwise?


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Second Street in Winslow, Arizona. They were fabulous photographic artists. This mutually beneficial relationship, characterized as one of the most successful and influential business partnerships in the early American West, endured until Most working farms had fresh meat and plenty of fruits and vegetables.

Ziegelman: It was felt differently in every part of the country.

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