Image from page 358 of “How to paint : an instruction book with full description of all the materials necessary.” (1894)

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Image from page 358 of “How to paint : an instruction book with full description of all the materials necessary.” (1894)

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Title: How to paint : an instruction book with full description of all the materials necessary.
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: A.S. Aloe China Company.
Subjects: Artists’ materials–Catalogs Painting–Technique Fountain pens–Catalogs Pyrography–Equipment and supplies–Catalogs China painting–Equipment and supplies–Catalogs Trade catalogs–Artists’ materials Trade catalogs–Fountain pens Trade catalogs–Pyrography–Equipment and supplies Trade catalogs–China painting–Equipment and supplies.
Publisher: A.S. Aloe China Company, St. Louis

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ors, representing scenes in the principal battles of the Civil War.■f-f-f-f-f-f-f-fLarge Illustrated Catalogue of Studies and Pictures Mailed on Receipt of 10 Cents. L-. PRTXNG St CO., New York Branch: 43 EAST 10th ST., pit^e flrt publisl^ers, NEAR BROADWAY. ^^zzzan^^^^BOSTON, MASS. 350 A. S. ALOE-COMPANY. Choice Presents at rioderate Price. The Ivlost Artistic Line of CalendarsPublished.. Childrens Books In Colors that areWorlds of Art. A Large Variet^^ of Gift Books inFine Bindings. Standard Works of all kinds, well=printed and beantifnlly bonnd. Kac = S i nniles of Water Colors bywell-known American Artists. For Full Particulars, Send for Descriptive Catalogue. Frederick A. 5tol<^es China Company, 27 and 29 West 23d Street, flEW YOf^K CITY. C. P. COGGESHALL, IMPORTER, WHOLESALE DEALER AND Publisher of Art Work. Engravings, Etchings and Photogravures, ELEGHNT • L-INe • OF • SUBJECTS -FOR THE- PICTURE v DEHLERS^r TRHDE, 79 AND 81 Wabash Avenue. . CniCflQO, ILL. HOW TO PAINT. 351

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Image from page 34 of “The ideal cook book” (1902)

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Title: The ideal cook book
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Gregory, Annie R
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Publisher: Chicago, American China wholesale company

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As green is the prevailing color on St. Patricks Day, I have suggested a din-ner menu where this color and white are used exclusively. Let a dish of ferns bemade the centerpiece and scatter ferns about the table. Let Irish flags decoratethe room. Have the china green and white, so far as possible. Green silk embroidered over a small wire, to imitate the shamrock, placed ateach plate, for a bontonniere% is quite appropriate and novel. Oh! the Shamrock, the green, immortal Shamrock!Chosen LeafOf Bard and Chief,Old Erins native Shamrock! MENU. BREAKFAST Grape Fruit Rice, with cream Popovers White Omelette, garnished with parsley Irish Potatoes, in cream Coffee DINNER Cream of Spinach Creamed Fricassee of Chicken Irish Potatoes, mashed Peas Lettuce and Celery Salad Pistachio Ice CreamAngel Cake Coffee LUNCHEON Escalloped Potatoes Whitefish TurbotCold Slaw Fruit Glace a la St. Patrick,whipped cream Cocoa (The above recipes and many similar ones are found within the pages of this book.) 28

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asterSunday RESURRECTION is the silver lining to thedark clouds of death, and we know the sun isshining beyond. Easter brings joy to the festival. Let the table decorations be fresh anddainty. The dominant dish should be eggs—eggs and eggs, over again. In pagan days, the use of eggs in the spring was symbolical of nature—thebursting forth of life. With the Christians, it symbolizes the resurrection: Fromdeath—Life. The free use of eggs on Easter has now generally become a customwith all nations, whether that nation acknowledges its religious significance or not. White and green are the most appropriate colors for decoration. Whitechina and pure white linen, with Easter lilies for a centerpiece, make an ideal look-ing table. Hard-boiled eggs sliced crosswise, make pretty garnishings for thedifferent dishes. On this special day, for breakfast, let the eggs be cooked toorder as best pleases each individual fancy. This privilege will be greatly appre-ciated, especially by the little

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