[Culinary ephemera : gelatin and tapioca]. Box 267. 1900-1926.
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Illustrator, painter; Norman Rockwell painted and illustrated 317 covers for the Saturday Evening Post from 1916-1963. From the description of Norman Rockwell collection of Saturday Evening Post covers, 1919-1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 777815899 Norman Rockwell was among the most popular and successful American artists of the 20th century. His signature style of representational realism, used to express themes of traditional American values, was easily recognized an...
Christine Terhune Herrick was a prolific writer of cookbooks and works on home economics. She was born in Newark, New Jersey, and educated by private tutors and, later, studied in Europe. She taught briefly before her marriage, and was encouraged by her mother and husband to write books on domestic matters; her first article was published in the premier issue of Good Housekeeping. A productive and influential writer, she wrote numerous books and articles about household management and promoting ...
American actress. From the description of Ethel Barrymore autograph, 1895. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63936509 ...
Rose Cecil O'Neill was an American children's book writer and illustrator. Her work appeared in such magazines as "Collier's", "Truth", "McClure's" and "Harper's". She also worked as a staff artist for "Puck" magazine. In 1909, O'Neill created the Kewpie doll, a roly-poly elf with a fat child's body, small wings and a turnip top head. The kewpies made their first public appearance in "Woman's Home Companion" in December 1909. They were immediately popular and quickly became a large merchandising...
Lecturer and writer on food, Rorer was on the staff of the Ladies' Home Journal from 1897 to 1911. For biographical information, see Notable American Women, 1607-1950 (1971). From the description of Papers, 1929-1938 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007246 Emma Seifrit Weigley is a retired Professor of Nutrition and author of many publications on the topic. She has worked as a hospital dietitian, a community nutritionist providing in-hou...
Frederick Parrish was born July 25, 1870 in Philadelphia, PA. He later took a family name, Maxfield, as his middle name. He was an illustrator and commercial artist who designed his first magazine cover for Harper's Weekly in April, 1895. Following that he did pictures and posters for other popular periodicals. His works also became familiar to the public through his illustrations for calendars and advertisements. He was noted for his use of rich colors, especially the shade of blue named for hi...
Home economist, hospital dietitian, principal of Miss Farmer's School of Cookery (1915-1944), and cooking editor for the Woman's Home Companion (1916-1936), Bradley was a nutrition consultant for the government and private industry, teacher at cooking schools and on the radio, and the author of numerous cookbooks, manuals, and articles. From the description of Papers, 1893-1980 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006926 ...
Marion Harland was the pen name of writer Mary Virgina Howes Terhune (Mrs. Edward Payson Terhune). From the description of Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1882. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155885874 American author and editor. From the description of Papers of Marion Harland [manuscript], 1889-1894. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647817267 Marion Harland, pseudonym for Mary Virginia Terhune, was an important and po...