School for Housewives

1902
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1902-01-19 n/a n/a
1902-01-26 A Day with the American Girl – Luncheon with a Friend / “How Much Money Should a Reasonable…” Star Tribune
1902-02-02 A Day with the American Girl – A Promenade on the Avenue / For the Suffering Housewife Who Cannot… Star Tribune
1902-02-09 A Day with the American Girl – Her Automobile Spin Star Tribune
1902-02-16 A Day with the American Girl – Afternoon Tea / Both Sides of the Vexed Question, Who Should Manage… Star Tribune
1902-02-23 A Day with the American Girl – Dressing for the Ball / My Knitting Work and the Day Dreams That It… Star Tribune
1902-03-02 A Day with the American Girl – At Dinner / The Advantage That is to be Gained by Arising Fifteen… Star Tribune
1902-03-09 A Day with the American Girl – At the Theatre / For the Woman Who Is Deft With Thread and Needle Star Tribune
1902-03-16 A Day with the American Girl – A Midnight Supper The Anaconda Standard
1902-03-23 Complete Directions for Making Beautiful Easter Flowers at Home Out of Waxed Paper Star Tribune
1902-03-30 An Easter Greeting Star Tribune
1902-04-06 Beautiful Intricate Irish Point Lace and the Way to Make It Star Tribune
1902-04-13 Varieties of Summer Trimmings Star Tribune
1902-04-20 Centerpiece of Maltese Lace Work Star Tribune
1902-04-27 Pretty Sailor Collar, of Fashionable Irish Point Lace, Made From an Original Pattern The Times Richmond
1902-05-04 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – Beginning the Sea Voyage Star Tribune
1902-05-11 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – Arrival at the Cecil, London Star Tribune
1902-05-18 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – Sunday Services at Westminister Star Tribune
1902-05-25 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – At Her First Dinner Party in England Star Tribune
1902-06-01 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – Visiting the Tower of London Star Tribune
1902-06-08 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – Going to Court Star Tribune
1902-06-15 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – On the Way to Witness the Ceremony Star Tribune
1902-06-22 The American Girl at the Coronation of Edward VII – Taking Her Place for the Ceremony Star Tribune
1902-06-29 Mrs. Rorer tickles the Fashionable Palate with the Dainty Belgian Hare Star Tribune
1902-07-06 Costumes for the Housemaid, Waitress and Kitchen Maid Star Tribune
1902-07-13 Types of Summer Girls – The Newport Belle Star Tribune
1902-07-20 Types of Summer Girls – The Summer Girl at Bar Harbor Star Tribune
1902-07-27 Types of Summer Girls – Golf in the Berkshires Star Tribune
1902-08-03 Types of Summer Girls – In the Catskill Mountains Star Tribune
1902-08-10 Types of Summer Girls – Narragansett Pier Star Tribune
1902-08-17 Types of Summer Girls – Saratoga at the Races Star Tribune
1902-08-24 Types of Beautiful American Women – Lady Curzon Star Tribune
1902-08-31 Types of Beautiful American Women No. 2 – Mrs. Clarence Mackay Star Tribune
1902-09-07 Types of the Notable Women of America No. 3 – Miss Wadsworth Star Tribune
1902-07-14 Types of the Notable American Women No. 4 – The Countess of Orford Star Tribune
1902-09-21 Types of the Notable American Women No. 5 – Mrs. Joseph Choate Star Tribune
1902-09-28 Types of the Notable American Women No. 6 – Princess Cantacuzene Star Tribune
1902-10-05 Types of the Notable American Women No. 7 – Lady Cheylesmore Star Tribune
1902-10-12 Types of the Notable American Women No. 8 – Gertrude Atherton Star Tribune
1902-10-19 Types of the Notable American Women No. 9 – Mary F. Wilkins Star Tribune
1902-10-26 Types of the Notable American Women No. 10 – Miss Helen M. Gould Star Tribune
1902-11-02 Types of the Notable American Women Number Eleven – Mrs. George Cornwallis-West Star Tribune
1902-11-09 Types of Notable American Women No. 12 – Mrs. C.W. Fairbanks Star Tribune
1902-11-16 Types of Notable American Women Number Twelve – Mrs. Ballington Booth Star Tribune
1902-11-23 Types of Notable American Women Number Thirteen – Mrs. Julia Ward Howe Star Tribune
1902-11-30 Types of Notable American Women Number Fifteen – Harriet Hubbard Ayer Star Tribune
1902-12-07 Types of Notable American Women Number Sixteen – Mrs. Burton Harrison Star Tribune
1902-12-14 Types of Notable American Women Number Seventeen – Miss M. Carey Thomas Star Tribune
1902-12-21 Do Not Kiss Babies On the Lips Star Tribune
1902-12-28 Types of Notable American Women Number Eighteen – Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Star Tribune
1903
Date Article Source
1903-01-04 Miss Pauline Astor’s New Handshake Star Tribune
1903-01-11 American Girl – No. 1 Star Tribune
1903-01-18 American Girl – No. 2 Star Tribune
1903-01-25 American Girl – Number Three Star Tribune
1903-02-01 American Girl – Number Four Star Tribune
1903-02-08 American Girl – Number Five Star Tribune
1903-02-15 American Girl – Number Six Star Tribune
1903-02-22 American Girl – Number Seven Star Tribune
1903-03-01 American Girl – Number Eight Star Tribune
1903-03-08 American Girl – Number Nine Star Tribune
1903-03-15 The American Girl – No. X Star Tribune
1903-03-22 The Ten Strauss American Girls Star Tribune
1903-03-29 A Tempting Chafing Dish Luncheon Star Tribune
1903-04-05 An Automobile Luncheon Star Tribune
1903-04-12 The New Windy Day Skirt The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-04-19 Creamed Sweetbreads a Chafing Dish Dainty The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-04-26 Fair Financier of Frocks Begins Business With Nation’s Most Prominent Women as Her Financial Backers The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-05-03 Marion Harland – Her Work – Her Home – Her Pleasures The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-05-10 The Etiquette of Mourning as Set Forth by the President of the National Millines’ Association The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-05-17 A Way for the Needy Young Woman to Make Some Money at the Seashore The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-05-24 Types of American Professional Women – The Entertainer The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-05-31 Types of American Professional Women – The Riding Mistress The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-06-07 Types of American Professional Women – The Hotel Hostess The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-06-14 Types of American Professional Women – The Golf Instructor The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-06-21 Types of American Professional Women – The Fashionable Housekeeper The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-06-28 Types of American Professional Women – A Teacher of Whist The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-07-05 Types of American Professional Women – A Parlor Lecturer The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-07-12 Types of American Professional Women – The Fashionable Modiste The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-07-19 Types of American Professional Women – The Fashionable School Mistress The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-07-26 Types of American Professional Women – The Fashionable Milliner The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-08-02 Representative American Woman The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-08-09 Types of American Summer Girls – The Bathing Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-08-16 Types of American Summer Girls – The Tennis Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-08-23 Types of American Summer Girls – The Golf Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-08-30 Types of American Summer Girls – The Hunting Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-09-06 Types of American Summer Girls – The Rowing Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-09-13 Types of American Summer Girls – The Fishing Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-09-20 New Dry Cleaning Methods Save Time and Labor in Freshening Up the Little Things of Dress… The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-09-27 Smartest Aprons This Year Are Made Up of Colored Materials The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-10-04 Picturesque Trentham Ware Modeled on Antique Patterns a Novelty for Luncheon Tables The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-10-11 Teneriffe Lace is Being Made in Wool to Trim Winter Gowns The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-10-18 Little “Cleaning Caskets” Come Fitted Out With Apparatus to Keep Jewelry in Order The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-10-25 Some of the Latest Appliances for Model Kitchens The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-11-01 Have You Seen the New Cushions? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-11-08 Christmas Gifts from Remnants The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-11-15 New Developments in Shoestring Fancy Work The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-11-22 The Latest Tea Table and Its Furnishings The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-11-29 New Fruits to Figure in Our Menus The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-12-06 Artistic Plants for the Winter Window The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-12-13 White and Black the Smart Domestic Uniform The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-12-20 Christmas Candymaking The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1903-12-27 New Belonging’s For The Chafing Dish The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904
Date Article Source
1904-01-03 American Women Learn Torchon Lace Making The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-01-10 New “Findings” for the Woman Who Sews The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-01-17 What is L’Art Nouveau? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-01-24 The Ready Made Flounce The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-01-31 Pastime and Pin Money in Crystoleum Pictures The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-02-07 Porch Furnishings from Paris The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-02-14 Pretty Rooms For the Cottage Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-02-21 Return of The Russian Samorar The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-02-28 China Flower Holders The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-03-06 Hardanger Embroidery and Other Novelties In Lenten Fancy Work The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-03-13 Kitchen Garden Play for Little Housekeepers The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-03-20 Shampooing a Feather The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-03-27 Preparing the First Course for the Easter Breakfast The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-04-03 How Uncle Sam Teaches Gardening to Children The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-04-10 The New Dutch Design for Embroidery The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-04-17 A Morris Chair for The College Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-04-24 Individual Chafing Dish Course for a Woman’s Luncheon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-05-01 Pattern for Table Centre in Irish Lace The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-05-08 Keeping House by Electricity The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-05-15 The Professional Housekeeper – Her Qualifications and Duties The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-05-22 Where Some Women Fail as Home Makers The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-05-29 A New Glass for Serving Grape Fruit The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-06-05 Dainty Table Furnishings Give a Flavor to Home Cooking The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-06-12 A Simple Summer Dessert – by the French Method The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-06-19 Glove Cleaning A New Occupation for Women The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-06-26 Is Nervous Prostration a Necessity With the Modern Woman? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-07-03 Whose is the Fault That Keeping House is Going Out of Fashion and Boarding House Life Coming In? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-07-10 Does the Girl Who is Born Poor Make a More Economical Wife Than a Rich Man’s Daughter The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-07-17 The Agitated Return of Old Schools to Old-Fashioned Methods of Punishment Star Tribune
1904-07-24 The Rest-Cure Movement at Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-07-31 Life at Fashionable Summer Resorts Fraught With Special Dangers for Children Star Tribune
1904-08-07 Does the Business Education of the Modern Woman Detract From Her Personal Charm? Star Tribune
1904-08-14 The Girl and Her Career – A Question That Is Confronting Modern Parents The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-08-21 Housekeeping When Prices Go Up – Soups The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-08-28 Housekeeping When Prices Are Up – The Advantages of Fresh Fish The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-09-04 Housekeeping When Prices Are Up – The Nutritive and Economic Value of Vegetables as Compared… The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-09-11 Housekeeping When the Prices Are High – Fruits The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-09-18 Hospitality as a Duty – A Familiar Talk With the Family The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-09-25 A Chapter for Guests on “Guestly” Etiquette The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-10-02 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat Dwellers, No. I – Some Little Things That Are Not Trifles The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-10-09 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat Dwellers, No. II – The Maid of All Work The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-10-16 A Model Table Just Ready for The Wedding Party The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-10-23 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat Dwellers – An All-Halloween at Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-10-30 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat Dwellers – Your Duty to the Maid-of-All-Work The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-11-06 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat Dwellers – The Duties of the Maid-of-All-Work The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-11-13 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat Dwellers – Where our Maid-of-All-Work Lives and Sleeps The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-11-20 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat-Dwellers – Marketing for Two The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-11-27 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat-Dwellers – A Monetary Study for Young Married Couples The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-12-04 The Mystery of the Stock-Pot – And the Joys Its Solving Reveals The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-12-11 Familiar Talks With Cottagers and Flat-Dwellers – How to be Comfortable Though A Flat-Dweller The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-12-18 Holiday Blackmail Which Makes “Christmas Not What It Used to Be” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1904-12-25 Olive Plants and American Flats – House-Hunting Trials of Parents The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905
Date Article Source
1905-01-01 A New Year’s Preachment for the Council The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-01-08 Familiar Talks with Cottagers and Flat Dwellers – Our Maid’s Outings The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-01-15 Familiar Talks with Cottagers and Flat Dwellers – Some Suggestions Concerning Salads, Their… The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-01-22 Emergency Luncheon for the Unexpected Guests The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-01-29 Uses and Abuses of Canned Goods in the Household The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-02-05 How to Lighten the Winter Bill of Fare The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-02-12 A “Valentine High Tea” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-02-19 Providing for “Pinch Time” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-02-26 The Easiest Table Decorations to Make The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-03-05 An Afternoon at Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-03-12 The Linens Which Should Fill the Linen Closet The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-03-19 Kitchen Plenishing The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-03-26 Spring Housecleaning The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-04-02 “When ‘John’ Brings a Friend Home to Dinner” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-04-09 A Suggested Substitute for the Tyrant Potato The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-04-16 Putting Away Winter Woolens and Furs The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-04-23 An Aquatic Conservatory The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-04-30 Getting Ready for Dressmaking and Renovating The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-05-07 Our Boy’s Birthday Dinner The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-05-14 Our Girl’s Luncheon Party The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-05-21 A Family Basket Picnic The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-05-28 The Neighbohood Picnic The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-06-04 Country Boarding The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-06-11 Practical and Sympathizing Talks with the “Must-Stay-At-Home” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-06-18 Aid and Comfort for Must-Stay-At-Homes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-06-25 The Care of Books The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-07-02 Canning and Preserving in the Old-Fashioned Way The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-07-09 The Family Camp The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-07-16 The Lawn Party The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-07-23 Foods to Avoid in Summer and Why The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-07-30 Summer Foods and How to Prepare Them The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-08-06 Summer Breads The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-08-13 Sea, Lake and River Foods The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-08-20 Tomatoes and How to Prepare Them The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-08-27 Domestic Surgery – A Practical Talk The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-09-03 Medicinal Value of Foods The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-09-10 The Apple and Grape Cure The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-09-17 The School Luncheon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-09-24 In Chestnut Time The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-10-01 Hardwood Floors & Rugs versus Carpets The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-10-08 “May-Haves” and “Must-Bes,” or Comfort Versus Luxuries The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-10-15 Our Maid-of-All-Work Puts in Her Word The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-10-22 An Old Fashioned Hallowe’en Party The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-10-29 Bridget Thekla has Another “Word” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-11-05 In One Room or Two – At Light Housekeeping (In Two Parts, No. 1) The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-11-12 In One Room or Two – At Light Housekeeping (In Two Parts, No. 2) The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-11-19 Serving Dainty Fruit Dishes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-11-26 Thanksgiving The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-12-03 Slighting as a Useful Art The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-12-10 Christmas Chat – Christmas Candy The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-12-17 Christmas Bells / Simplicity Marks the Modern Maid’s Wedding The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-12-24 A Foreword of New Year’s – The Real Resolution The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1905-12-31 In the Laundry – Washday (Number One of a Series of Practical Talks) / A Cup of Tea The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906
Date Article Source
1906-01-07 Starching, Bluing and Drying (No. 2 of a Series of Practical Talks on Laundry Work) The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-01-14 Ironing Day (No. III of Marion Harland’s Practical Talks on Laundry Work) The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-01-21 In the Laundry – Washing Flannels (Practical Hints to Housewives by Marion Harland) The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-01-28 Simplifying the Hard Bits of Mending / New Bowls and Their Uses The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-02-04 The Valentine Party / Favors and Invitations The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-02-11 How to Select Inexpensive Rugs / Decorative Shelves The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-02-18 About a Housekeeper and a Homemaker The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-02-25 Co-operative Plan for Servants Article No. 2 The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-03-04 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – A Domestic Fine Art No. III The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-03-11 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Glass and Silver No. IV The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-03-18 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – The Bathroom and Borax No. V The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-03-25 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Her Talks Run Upon Soaps No. VI The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-04-01 Mrs. Sterling’s Talks Kightening Labor No. VII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-04-08 Toast and Tea According to Mrs. Sterling No. VIII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-04-15 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways Wit and Eggs No. IX The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-04-22 Mrs. Sterling Discusses “Pinch Time” No. X The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-04-29 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways The Charlotte Russe Family No. XI The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-05-06 Mrs. Sterling’s No. XII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-05-13 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Moth and Dust No. XIII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-05-20 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Making Cornbread No. XIV The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-05-27 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Pastry Versus Paste No. XV The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-06-03 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Hot Water No. XVI The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-06-10 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – The Hottest Day of the Season No. XVII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-06-17 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – The Knack of Retrieving Failures No. XVIII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-06-24 The Housemothers’ Exchange – Good Bread Star Tribune
1906-07-01 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Planking No. XIX The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-07-08 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Turning the Wild Fruits to Account No. XX The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-07-15 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – The Extravagance of Economy of Gas Stoves No. XXI The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-07-22 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Serving Melons No. XXII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-07-29 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Some Breakfasts for Finical Folks No. XXIII The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-08-05 Mrs. Sterling’s Coterie Discusses Croquettes No. XXIV The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-08-12 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Linen Versus Cotton No. XXV The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-08-19 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – Spots and Stains of Divers Kinds No. XXVI The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-08-26 Mrs. Sterling’s Ways – A Vegetarian Luncheon at Home No. 27 The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-09-02 The Safest Way to Wash Flannels / Vegetable-Safe and Refrigerator Wisdom The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-09-09 Green Sweet Peppers Cooked in Various Ways / The Possibilities of an Orange The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-09-16 How to Go About Staining a Floor / Pastry Bag Uses The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-09-23 Pulled Bread and Beaten Biscuit The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-09-30 The Trials of a Housekeeper The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-10-07 Buffet Suppers The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-10-14 “Spread” Dainties Evolved by College Girls The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-10-21 Little Things That Make Tables Pretty The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-10-28 A Candy Pull The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-11-04 New Gifts for Fall Brides The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-11-11 What Can Be Done with Old Carpets The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-11-18 Grapefruit at its Best The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-11-25 Pretty Centrepieces for Thanksgiving Tables The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-12-02 Plum Puddings and Fruit Cakes for the Holidays The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-12-09 Under My Foreign Vine and Fig Tree – France, the Land of Noted Cooks and Dainty Service The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-12-16 Christmas Fare in Many Lands The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-12-23 Under My Foreign Vine and Fig Tree – Our First Christmas Dinner in Rome The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1906-12-30 Under My Foreign Vine and Fig Tree – Still in Italy The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907
Date Article Source
1907-01-06 Under My Foreign Vine and Fig Tree – The German Housewife The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-01-13 Under My Foreign Vine and Fig Tree – Switzerland The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-01-20 Under My Foreign Vine and Fig Tree – In Merrie England The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-01-27 Under My Foreign Vine and Fig Tree – In Russia The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-02-03 Savory and Nourishing Lenten Fare The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-02-10 Savory and Nourishing Lenten Fare – Spinach the Broom of the Stomach The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-02-17 Savory and Nourishing Lenten Fare The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-02-24 Different Ways of Preparing Asparagus The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-03-03 Some Delicious Lenten Entrees The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-03-10 Delicious and Savory Souffles The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-03-17 Different Ways of Preparing Fish The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-03-24 Easter Fare and How to Serve It The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-03-31 The Convalescent’s Tray The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-04-07 The After Entertainment Supper The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-04-14 Novel Ideas for an Afternoon Reception The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-04-21 How to Entertain at a Breakfast The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-04-28 How to Entertain at a Luncheon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-05-05 How to Entertain at a Dinner The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-05-12 How to Entertain at an Evening Reception The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-05-19 Economizing Time, Money and Strength in Housekeeping The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-05-26 A Revival of The Art of Preserving The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-06-02 The Art of Canning Vegetables The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-06-09 Cuts of Meat and How to Buy Them The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-06-16 Some Summer Vegetables and How to Cook Them The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-06-23 More Summer Vegetables and How to Cook Them The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-06-30 Preparing for a Fourth of July Picnic The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-07-07 Marketing for Us Two The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-07-14 Proper Care of Sink and Refrigerator The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-07-21 Learning to Cook and Proper Utensils The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-07-28 Appetizing Jellied Soups for Hot Days The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-08-04 Midsummer Meals Without Meat The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-08-11 Frozen Desserts The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-08-18 Cold Luncheons for Hot Days The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-08-25 Hot Weather Soft Drinks The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-09-01 Pickles and Catsups The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-09-08 Feeding Children from 2 to 12 The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-09-15 Training the Housemaid and Waitress The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-09-22 Making Bread and Rolls The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-09-29 Stuffing and Forcemeats The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-10-06 Palatable Ways of Preparing Apples The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-10-13 Getting Ready for Winter The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-10-20 How to Be a Successful Boarding House Keeper The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-10-27 Oyster Dainties The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-11-03 Practical Lace Washing The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-11-10 Chestnut Cookery The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-11-17 Cooking a Ham to Best Advantage The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-11-24 The Thanksgiving Turkey The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-12-01 Palatable Hashes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-12-08 Holiday Cakes and Puddings The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-12-15 Christmas in the Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-12-22 Proper Division of Family Income The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1907-12-29 Twelfth Night Dainties The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908
Date Article Source
1908-01-05 Winter Recuperation for Housewives The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-01-12 How to Cook Rice The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-01-19 The Woman Who Eats Alone The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-01-26 Tea, Coffee and Chocolate The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-02-02 Varying Winter Luncheons The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-02-09 Cake Making in the Home Kitchen The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-02-16 A Business Woman’s Luncheon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-02-23 Omelets and Eggs The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-03-01 Concerning Fish The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-03-08 Vegetables that Go with Certain Meats The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-03-15 Honey and its Uses The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-03-22 What We Can Get from Chocolate The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-03-29 What May be Done with Cold Vegetables The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-04-05 Afternoon Tea at Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-04-12 How to Keep the House Clean The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-04-19 Training the New Cook The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-04-26 Acceptable Salads for the Springtime The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-05-03 The Back Yard Kitchen Garden The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-05-10 A June Wedding Breakfast The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-05-17 A Backyard Parterre The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-05-24 The Emergency Shelf The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-05-31 With Marjory in the Laundry The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-06-07 Tired Mothers The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-06-14 Canning and Preserving at Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-06-21 “Some Laundry Pests” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-06-28 Make Summer Work Light The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-07-05 Soft Summer Drinks The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-07-12 The Veranda as a Living Room The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-07-19 Canning Vegetables The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-07-26 The Spice of Meat The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-08-02 Keep Cool The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-08-09 Jellying and Preserving Large Fruits The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-08-16 Our Summer Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-08-23 The Inviting Table The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-08-30 The Picnic Basket The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-09-06 The Maid of All Work The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-09-13 School Children’s Luncheon Basket The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-09-20 Putting the House in Winter Order The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-09-27 Twin Allies – Kerosene and Borax The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-10-04 The Bride’s Kitchen The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-10-11 A Talk on Detersives The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-10-18 Caring for Furniture The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-10-25 Cheese The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-11-01 An Informal Luncheon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-11-08 Soups The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-11-15 Carving The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-11-22 The Thanksgiving Dinner The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-11-29 Common Everyday Winter Vegetables The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-12-06 “Hard Times Holiday Gifts” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-12-13 A Christmas Candy Bee The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-12-20 The Christmas Dinner The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1908-12-27 A New Year’s Talk The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909
Date Article Source
1909-01-03 Window Gardening and House Plants The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-01-10 Planting Bulbs for Easter The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-01-17 Colonial Coookery The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-01-24 Second Paper on Colonial Cookery The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-01-31 Why Do We Invite People to Our Homes? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-02-07 For Sweet Charity’s Sake The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-02-14 The Box from Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-02-21 Fish, Flesh or Fowl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-02-28 Hot Cakes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-03-07 Ways and Ways of Doing Things The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-03-14 With a Chafing Dish The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-03-21 The Business Guest The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-03-28 Concerning Oil Cloth The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-04-04 The Bulbs We Planted The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-04-11 How to Entertain the Gift of Flowers The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-04-18 Some Old Southern Dishes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-04-25 Some Old Southern Dishes (continued) The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-05-02 Our Boots and Shoes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-05-09 Spring Vegetables The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-05-16 “At Moving Time” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-05-23 Borrowing and Lending The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-05-30 “Fair Linen” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-06-06 Inexpensive Table Decorations The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-06-13 How to Jelly Small Fruits The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-06-20 Apartment Home Life The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-06-27 The Breakfast Table The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-07-04 Raw Foods: A Nut For Our Housemothers to Crack The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-07-11 Fruit for All the Year ‘round The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-07-18 The Care of the Cellar The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-07-25 Etiquette of Our Maid’s Apron The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-08-01 The Tomato as Fruit and Vegetable The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-08-08 Camp Life The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-08-15 Afternoon Tea on the Veranda The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-08-22 The Amateur Nurse The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-08-29 The Frivolous Type of Bachelor Girl The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-09-05 The Grandmother in the Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-09-12 Only a Boarder The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-09-19 Olive Oil The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-09-26 Whose Duty Is It? Mother’s or Daughter’s The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-10-03 The Sunday Night Tea The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-10-10 Facing a Stubborn Fact The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-10-17 Economy in Buying The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-10-24 Economy of Materials and in Cooking The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-10-31 Economy in Hired Labor The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-11-07 Pickling and Stealing The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-11-14 Early to Bed The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-11-21 Thanksgiving Day Then and Now The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-11-28 Holiday Goodies The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-12-05 Gifts for the Country Cousin The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-12-12 The Child and Its Christmas Effort The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-12-19 As We Give the Gift The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1909-12-26 The Glad New Year’s First Festivities The Buffalo Sunday Morning News

1910

January February
Date Article Date Article
2 n/a 6 Pan Cakes and Hot Cross Buns
9 n/a 13 The Peril of the Rush Meal
16 n/a 20 Lady Baltimore and Other Famous Cakes
23 n/a 27 How to Tempt the Invalid
30 n/a
March April
Date Article Date Article
6 French Cookery in American Kitchens 3 Our Maid as a Stockholder
13 The Housemaid, Her Place, Her Duties, Her Rights and… 10 When We Must Use Canned Goods – and How
20 When Eggs are High 17 Concerning the Casserole
27 Count the Cost of the Second Help of Meat 24 Springtime Salads
May June
Date Article Date Article
1 Home Methods of Preserving Eggs 5 Breakfasting in Bed
8 Substitutes in Kitchen and Pantry 12 Canning at Home
15 The Fruit Cup as a Dessert 19 Iced Drinks in Hot Weather
22 Dangers that Lurk in Food 26 A Big Kitchen or a Small?
29 Our Maid Protests
July August
Date Article Date Article
3 The Art of Giving Orders 7 How Our Homes Are Lighted
10 Talk of Milk – “The Perfect Food” 14 The Sensible Family Picnic
17 In Fly Time 21 The Simple Entree
24 Summer Fare – Nourishing and Cool 28 The Passing of the Cookey
31 Some Auxiliaries in Cooking
September October
Date Article Date Article
4 Just One Day-A Lay Sermon 2 Foods that Are Cooked in Moulds
11 Very Plain Talk with Grown Up Children 9 Handmade Manners
18 A Lesson in Soup Making 16 The October House Wedding
28 Cooking for Profit 23 On Choosing and Preparing Fish
30 The Cold Lunch at Its Worst and Best
November December
Date Article Date Article
6 What Shall We Do with the English Sparrow? 4 The Twentieth Century Family Luncheon
13 Why Stews Are Economical 11 Concerning Allowances
20 The Thanksgiving Dinner 18 At Yule Tide
27 The Bride’s Kitchen 25 The Peaks of Darien a New Year’s Talk

1911

January February
Date Article Date Article
1 The Uninvited Guest 5 Filling the Aching Void
8 In Our Italian Kitchen 12 The Business Man’s Luncheon
15 Vegetable Surprises for Winter 19 n/a
22 n/a 26 n/a
29 n/a
March April
Date Article Date Article
5 n/a 2 n/a
12 n/a 9 n/a
19 n/a 16 n/a
26 n/a 23 n/a
30 n/a
May June
Date Article Date Article
7 n/a 4 n/a
14 n/a 11 n/a
21 n/a 18 n/a
28 n/a 25 n/a
July August
Date Article Date Article
2 n/a 6 n/a
9 n/a 13 n/a
16 n/a 20 n/a
23 n/a 27 n/a
30 n/a
September October
Date Article Date Article
3 n/a 1 n/a
10 n/a 8 n/a
17 n/a 15 n/a
24 n/a 22 n/a
29 n/a
November December
Date Article Date Article
5 n/a 3 n/a
12 n/a 10 n/a
19 n/a 17 n/a
26 n/a 24 n/a
31 n/a

1912

January February
Date Article Date Article
7 n/a 4 n/a
14 n/a 11 n/a
21 n/a 18 n/a
28 n/a 25 n/a
March April
Date Article Date Article
3 n/a 7 n/a
10 n/a 14 n/a
17 n/a 21 n/a
24 n/a 28 n/a
31 n/a
May June
Date Article Date Article
5 n/a 2 n/a
12 n/a 9 n/a
19 n/a 16 n/a
26 n/a 23 n/a
30 n/a
July August
Date Article Date Article
7 n/a 4 n/a
14 n/a 11 n/a
21 n/a 18 n/a
28 n/a 25 n/a
September October
Date Article Date Article
1 n/a 6 n/a
8 n/a 13 n/a
15 n/a 20 n/a
22 n/a 27 n/a
29 n/a
November December
Date Article Date Article
3 n/a 1 n/a
10 n/a 8 n/a
17 n/a 15 n/a
24 n/a 22 n/a
29 n/a

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