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Transcriber's Notes: To show the original charm of this book, it was transcribed exactly as printed. All spelling errors were retained. The reader, if interested, may check this against the original images which were included in the HTML edition of this text.

These retained errors include such things as "lawyer" for "layer," "maringue" for "meringue," varied spellings of "ramekin," and the contributors names.

STEVENSON MEMORIAL

COOK BOOK

[Illustration]

PUBLISHED BY

Sarah Hackett Stevenson Memorial Lodging House Association ENDORSED BY THE CHICAGO ASSOCIATION COMMERCE SUBSCRIPTIONS INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE 2412 Prairie Avenue CHICAGO

INDEX

Page APPETIZERS 7 BEVERAGES 159 BREAD 107 CAKES 117 CANDIES 181 CHEESE DISHES 177 COOKIES 131 DESSERTS 83 EGG DISHES 171 FILLINGS AND ICINGS 127 FISH 23 HOUSEHOLD HINTS 193 MEATS AND FOWL 35 PICKLES 141 PIES 77 PRESERVES 149 FROZEN DISHES 99 PUDDINGS 89 SALADS 67 SANDWICHES 165 SAUCES 51 SHELL FISH 29 SOUPS 15 TIME REQUIRED 192 VEGETABLES 55 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 191

Copyright, 1919 by Sarah Hackett Stevenson Memorial Lodging House Association

DEDICATED TO SARAH HACKETT STEVENSON Whose life was devoted to Service for Humanity

Compiled by

MRS. WILLIAM D. HURLBUT

Assisted by

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

MRS. HERBERT D. SHELDON MRS. CARL S. JUNGE MRS. A. DONALD CAMPBELL MRS. SARAH A. GRAHAM MRS. A. C. ALLEN MRS. GEORGE K. SPOOR MRS. WM. S. TASKER MRS. WM. IRVING CLOCK MRS. EDWARD D. GOTCHY

TRUSTEES

HON. WM. B. MCKINLEY, M. C. HON. HENRY HORNER Judge of Probate Court (Ex officio) MRS. W. H. WINSLOW President Chicago Woman's Club (Ex officio) MRS. GEORGE WATKINS MRS. GEORGE S. BLAKESLEE MRS. THOMAS D. MCMICKEN MRS. EDWARD L. PHELPS MRS. HERMANN VANDER PLOEG MRS. A. C. ALLEN MRS. HERBERT D. SHELDON

FOREWORD

During the year 1893 on the streets of Chicago were hundreds of women who had been thrown out of employment. The genuine helplessness and hopelessness of these women appealed strongly to the generous heart of a wonderful woman, Dr. Sarah Hackett Stevenson, one time president of the Chicago Woman's Club. She went before this club and stated that there was no place in this great city where a woman without funds could find shelter a woman who would work if given an opportunity. She demanded in the name of humanity that this, her club, do something at once to relieve the situation.

Her plea had its effect, and money was subscribed for beginning work. Other clubs responded to the call for help and contributed both furnishings and funds. And what was called the Woman's Model Lodging House was opened to the public.

No questions were asked of those who came for shelter the past was not the thing to be dealt with only the present and future... Continue reading book >>




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