School for Housewives

1902
Date Article Source
1902-01-05 n/a n/a
1902-01-12 n/a n/a
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 Cookery 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
Date Article Source
1910-01-02 The Waiterless Dinner Party The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-01-09 The Dignity of Left Overs The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-01-16 Nuts and their Values The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-01-23 Slighting as a Housewifely Art The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-01-30 How Does Our Girl-Graduate Fit into the Home-Niche? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-02-06 Pan Cakes and Hot Cross Buns The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-02-13 The Peril of the Rush Meal The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-02-20 Lady Baltimore and Other Famous Cakes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-02-27 How to Tempt the Invalid The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-03-06 French Cookery in American Kitchens The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-03-13 The Housemaid, Her Place, Her Duties, Her Rights and Her Privileges The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-03-20 When Eggs are High The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-03-27 Count the Cost of the Second Help of Meat The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-04-03 Our Maid as a Stockholder The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-04-10 When We Must Use Canned Goods – and How The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-04-17 Concerning the Casserole The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-04-24 Springtime Salads The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-05-01 Home Methods of Preserving Eggs The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-05-08 Substitutes in Kitchen and Pantry The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-05-15 The Fruit Cup as a Dessert The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-05-22 Dangers that Lurk in Food The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-05-29 Our Maid Protests The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-06-05 Breakfasting in Bed The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-06-12 Canning at Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-06-19 A Big Kitchen or a Small? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-06-26 Iced Drinks in Hot Weather The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-07-03 The Art of Giving Orders The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-07-10 Talk of Milk – “The Perfect Food” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-07-17 In Fly Time The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-07-24 Summer Fare – Nourishing and Cool The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-07-31 Some Auxiliaries in Cooking The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-08-07 How Our Homes Are Lighted The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-08-14 The Sensible Family Picnic The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-08-21 The Simple Entree The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-08-28 Just One Day-A Lay Sermon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-09-04 The Passing of the Cookey The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-09-11 Very Plain Talk with Grown Up Children The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-09-18 A Lesson in Soup Making The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-09-25 Cooking for Profit The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-10-02 Foods that Are Cooked in Moulds The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-10-09 Handmade Manners The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-10-16 The October House Wedding The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-10-23 On Choosing and Preparing Fish The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-10-30 The Cold Lunch at Its Worst and Best The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-11-06 What Shall We Do with the English Sparrow? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-11-13 Why Stews Are Economical The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-11-20 The Thanksgiving Dinner The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-11-27 The Bride’s Kitchen The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-12-04 The Twentieth Century Family Luncheon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-12-11 Concerning Allowances The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-12-18 At Yule Tide The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1910-12-25 The Peaks of Darien a New Year’s Talk The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911
Date Article Source
1911-01-01 The Uninvited Guest The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-01-08 In Our Italian Kitchen The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-01-15 Vegetable Surprises for Winter The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-01-22 Filling the Aching Void The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-01-29 The Business Man’s Luncheon The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-02-05 The Evolution of the Cutlet The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-02-12 What is a Buffet Luncheon? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-02-19 ”Oh Do You Know the Muffin Man?” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-02-26 ”Only My Wife” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-03-05 The Business Girl’s Place in the Home The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-03-12 When One Roast Plays Many Parts The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-03-19 Care of the Rented House The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-03-26 The Business Girl Again The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-03-30 The Bulbs We Planted The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-04-02 Springtime and Salads The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-04-09 Spring House Cleaning The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-04-16 Easter – Earth’s Gladdest Day The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-04-23 He Would A-Wooing Go The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-04-30 A Cup of Coffee and a Dish of Tea Detroit Free Press
1911-05-07 Waffles, Pancakes and Fritters The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-05-14 A Brief for Bridget The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-05-21 What Shall Our Daughter Do? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-05-28 The Tomato Down to Date The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-06-04 Homemade Relishes The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-06-11 Jams and Jellies The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-06-18 Toast and the Evolution of the Toaster The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-06-25 The Business Girl in England The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-07-02 Can We Have a Sane Fourth of July? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-07-09 Mother’s Vacation The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-07-16 In the Berry Season The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-07-23 A Very Plain Talk with Parents The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-07-30 Homemade Ice Cream The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-08-06 The Paper Bag in Cookery The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-08-13 In the Heart of the Heated Term The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-08-20 The Kindly Fruits of the Earth The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-08-27 Meals without Meat The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-09-03 When Grapes Are Ripe The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-09-10 The Clean Kitchen The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-09-17 What One Man Says of Business Women The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-09-24 ”The Blessed Sunshine” ~ A Modern Improvement The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-10-01 Wit in the Cooking of Eggs The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-10-08 ”That Nothing Be Lost” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-10-15 What Has Your Vacation Done for You? The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-10-22 Sauces for Meat and Fish The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-10-29 Our Daily Bread The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-11-05 A Square Peg in a Round Hole The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-11-12 “Who Is My Neighbor?” The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-11-19 In Behalf of the Oven The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-11-26 On Thanksgiving Day The Buffalo Sunday Morning News
1911-12-03 The “Unbusiness-Like” Ways of Women Detroit Free Press
1911-12-10 The Truth About Household Rubbish Detroit Free Press
1911-12-17 Simplifying Holiday Giving Detroit Free Press
1911-12-24 To Men of Good Will Detroit Free Press
1911-12-31 A Fresh Beginninging Detroit Free Press
1912
Date Article Source
1912-01-07 Heart to Heart Chat with Discouraged Housewife The Washington Herald
1912-01-14 About Canned Foods The Washington Herald
1912-01-21 Homemade Candies The Washington Herald
1912-01-28 Fancy Candies and Cakes Los Angeles Times
1912-02-04 When the Child Is Sick The Washington Herald
1912-02-11 Home Nursing in the Sick Room The Washington Herald
1912-02-18 Concerning Cheese The Washington Herald
1912-02-25 With the Chafing Dish The Washington Herald
1912-03-03 “Little Foxes” of the Home The Washington Herald
1912-03-10 When to Begin Training a Child Los Angeles Times
1912-03-17 “The Breakfast Grouch”; Has It No Antidote? The Washington Herald
1912-03-24 How to Manage That “Ungovernable Child” The Washington Herald
1912-03-31 “Variety Is the Spice of Life” The Washington Herald
1912-04-07 The Small, Sweet Courtesies of Life The Washington Herald
1912-04-14 Co-operation of Head, Heels, and Hands The Washington Herald
1912-04-21 Trials of Mistress and Maid The Washington Herald
1912-04-28 The Household Linens The Washington Herald
1912-05-05 Housecleaning Shorn of its Old-Time Horrors The Washington Herald
1912-05-12 Cookery for the Invalid The Washington Herald
1912-05-19 The Country Tea Room The Washington Herald
1912-05-26 Foreign Dishes for Home Tables The Washington Herald
1912-06-02 Kissing a Custom Full of Peril to Health The Washington Herald
1912-06-09 The Engaged Girl Who Cannot Cook The Washington Herald
1912-06-16 Position in the Household of the Elder Sister The Washington Herald
1912-06-23 The Borrowing Nuisance The Washington Herald
1912-06-30 Beware the Harmful Fly The Washington Herald
1912-07-07 The Problem of the Shiftless Husband The Washington Herald
1912-07-14 Paper Bag Cookery in American Kitchens The Washington Herald
1912-07-21 Our “Self-Made” Man at Home The Washington Herald
1912-07-28 Our Daily Food as Medicine The Washington Herald
1912-08-04 Is Corporal Punishment a Relic of Savagery? The Washington Herald
1912-08-11 Concerning Covers and Lids The Washington Herald
1912-08-18 A Midsummer Talk to Housewives The Washington Herald
1912-08-25 A Tried Mother and Her Summer Vacation The Washington Herald
1912-09-01 What and When and How to Eat The Washington Herald
1912-09-08 Familiar Talk of De-Appetizers The Washington Herald
1912-09-15 Smoothing Out Vacation Kinks The Washington Herald
1912-09-22 A Symposium on Corporal Punishment The Washington Herald
1912-09-29 Familiar Talk with Our Farmers’ Wives The Washington Herald
1912-10-06 In Other People’s Houses The Washington Herald
1912-10-13 The “Vexed” Question Again Obtrudes The Washington Herald
1912-10-20 The Other Side of the “Vexed” Question The Washington Herald
1912-10-27 Rational Sanitation in the Household Los Angeles Times
1912-11-03 How to Buy Cheap Cuts The Washington Herald
1912-11-10 Star of the Apron in the Ascendant The Washington Herald
1912-11-17 Systematic Regulation of Housekeeping The Washington Herald
1912-11-24 Teacher’s Protest Against Parental Neglect The Washington Herald
1912-12-01 How to Cook Without Fresh Meats The Washington Herald
1912-12-08 A Second Symposium on ‘The Vexed Question’ The Washington Herald
1912-12-15 The Leavening Power of the Christmas Spirit Los Angeles Times
1912-12-22 How to Avoid the Post-Christmas Reaction The Washington Herald
1912-12-29 A Word About New Year Resolutions The Washington Herald
1913
Date Article Source
1913-01-05 Concerning Home Made Bread The Washington Herald
1913-01-12 Mother’s Protest Against Maternal Cruelty The Washington Herald
1913-01-19 Increasing The Family Income at Child’s Expense The Washington Herald
1913-01-26 Make Your Orders Plain to Maid or Child Los Angeles Times
1913-02-02 Keep Up Standard of Your Personal Appearance The Washington Herald
1913-02-09 If We Could “See Ourselves as Others See Us” The Washington Herald
1913-02-16 Keeping Clean Versus Getting Clean The Washington Herald
1913-02-23 To Whom Belong the Wages of the Child? The Washington Herald
1913-03-02 Suggestions for Egg Cookery The Washington Herald
1913-03-09 How Do You Care for Your Guests? Los Angeles Times
1913-03-16 Make Yourself a Welcome Guest The Washington Herald
1913-03-23 Dangers of Keeping House Pets in the City The Washington Herald
1913-03-30 What Do You Do with Stale Bread? The Washington Herald
1913-04-06 The Trained Nurse in the Home The Washington Herald
1913-04-13 Systematic vs. Happy Go Lucky Housekeeping The Washington Herald
1913-04-20 “All the Time There Is” Belongs to Us The Los Angeles Times
1913-04-27 How the Chafing Dish Helps the Housekeeper The Washington Herald
1913-05-04 The Duty of the Wage Earning Child The Washington Herald
1913-05-11 Unconsidered Trifles in Housekeeping The Washington Herald
1913-05-18 Summer Change in the Home The Washington Herald
1913-05-25 The War with Hot Weather Pests The Washington Herald
1913-06-01 Strawberries in Sundry Styles The Washington Herald
1913-06-08 The Husband and the Closet The Washington Herald
1913-06-15 The Case of the Minister’s Wife The Washington Herald
1913-06-22 Children and Mothers at Play The Washington Herald
1913-06-29 How to Cook Summer Vegetables The Washington Herald
1913-07-06 Something Concerning Step Parents The Washington Herald
1913-07-13 Good Ventilation in the Kitchen The Washington Herald
1913-07-20 The Girl and Mother Problem The Los Angeles Times
1913-07-27 Midsummer Jams, Jellies, and Condiments The Washington Herald
1913-08-03 Callers Who Lack Consideration The Washington Herald
1913-08-10 Masculine Carelessness in Vacation Dress The Washington Herald
1913-08-17 In the Good Old Summer Time The Washington Herald
1913-08-24 What to Take to the Picnic The Washington Herald
1913-08-31 Utilize Your Spare Moments The Washington Herald
1913-09-07 Our Children and their Manners The Washington Herald
1913-09-14 Good Things Prepared from Grapes The Washington Herald
1913-09-21 After the Summer Vacation The Washington Herald
1913-09-28 A Talk About the Habit of Gossiping The Washington Herald
1913-10-05 Chop Suey and Some Rice Dishes The Washington Herald
1913-10-12 Keeping Things in Their Places The Washington Herald
1913-10-19 Burn Your Own Smoke The Washington Herald
1913-10-26 The Value of Nuts in Cookery The Washington Herald
1913-11-02 Common Sense in Table Manners The Washington Herald
1913-11-09 The Mote and the Beam The Washington Herald
1913-11-16 The Wife with a Talent The Washington Herald
1913-11-23 For the Late at Night Supper The Washington Herald
1913-11-30 What Does Sunday Mean in Your Home? The Washington Herald
1913-12-07 Mothers and Their Daughters The Washington Herald
1913-12-14 When John Entertains Friends Los Angeles Times
1913-12-21 Candies for Christmas Time The Washington Herald
1913-12-28 Your Duty to Your Body The Washington Herald

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s