Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dictionary 18??: Agate to Agrace

Today I worked at cleaning up, sorting, and putting things in boxes for a tag sale – and I found our battered and really old dictionary (as opposed to the 1881 one we also own – see the “language” category. … Continue reading

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Small Basic Cake (ca. 1937)

Alas, it’s been a while since I ran across anything from general history that’s interesting enough to report on here!  But I am still using my vintage pamphlet collection.  Last week I baked a cake from the Sands, Taylor & … Continue reading

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