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All Sewn Up [36 vols.]
Carson Gulley [5 vols.]
Playing House: Homemaking for Children [5 vols.]
Recipe for Victory : Food and Cooking in Wartime [45 vols.]

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Peterson's ladies national magazine. 1865-1867 [2 vols.]

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Allied cookery : British, French, Italian, Belgian, Russian / arranged by Grace Clergue Harrison and Gertrude Clergue, to aid the war sufferers in the devastated districts of France; introduction by Hon. Raoul Dandurand ; prefaced by Stephen Leacock and Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Harrison, Grace Clergue (1916)
Art in costume design: practical suggestions for those interested in art, sewing, history and literature. Shover, Edna Mann (1920)
Art in dress. Brown, P. Clement (Percy Clement), 1886- (1922)
The art of millinery: a complete series of practical lessons for the artiste and the amateur. Ben Yûsuf, Anna (1909)
Best war time recipes. 1918
Betty's scrapbook of little recipes for little cooks : saved from Wisconsin Agriculturist and Farmer. [Between 1930 and 1939?]
Camouflage cookery; a book of mock dishes, written and comp. by Helen Watkeys Moore. Moore, Helen Watkeys (1918)
Canning fruits and vegetables. July, 1917
A century of hats and the hats of the century. Woolley, Edward Mott ([1923])
Clothes that count and how to make them. Field, Bradda (1923)
Clothing and style, for dressmakers, milliners, buyers, designers, students of clothing, and stylers. Dooley, William H. (William Henry), 1880- ([c1930])
Clothing for women: selection, design, construction; a practical manual for school and home. Baldt, Laura Irene ([1918])
The complete dressmaker, with simple directions for home millinery. 1907
Constructive sewing. Fuller, Mary E. (1916)
The corn cook book. Hiller, Elizabeth O. Mrs., comp ([ca. 1918])
The Day's food in war and peace. [ca.1918]
Defend your garden against insect pests. Gentner, L.G (June, 1917)
Drain the wet spots. Jones, E. R. (Edward Richard), 1882-1937 (May, 1917)
The dress you wear and how to make it. Rhoe, Mary Jane (1918)
The dressmaker: a complete book on all matters connected with sewing and dressmaking from the simplest stitches to the cutting, making, altering, mending and caring for the clothes. [1916]
Dressmaking made easy. Conover, Isabel De Nyse ([1919])
Dressmaking self-taught in twenty complete lessons. Carens, Edith Marie ([1911])
Dressmaking, a manual for schools and colleges. Fales, Jane ([1917])
Dry surplus fruits and vegetables. July, 1917
The eat-less-meat book, war ration cookery. Peel, Dorothy Constance (Bayliff) "Mrs. C. S. Peel" (1918)
Everyday foods in war time. Rose, Mary Swartz, 1874-1941 (1918)
Everyman's garden in wartime. Selden, Charles Albert, 1870- (1917)
Fancy dresses described; or, what to wear at fancy balls. Holt, Ardern ([1896])
Food and how to save it. Spriggs, Edmund Ivens (1918)
Food and the war; a textbook for college classes, prepared under the direction of the Collegiate section of the United States Food administration with the cooperation of the Department of agriculture and the Bureau of education. United States. Food Administration. Collegiate Section ([ca. 1918])
Food economy in war time. Wood, T. B. (Thomas Barlow), 1869-1929 (1917)
The food problem. Kellogg, Vernon L. (Vernon Lyman), 1867-1937 (1918)
Food saving and sharing, telling how the older children of America may help save from famine their comrades in allied lands across the sea, prepared under the direction of the United States Food administration in cooperation with the United States Department of agriculture and the Bureau of education. United States. Food Administration (1918)
Garment construction in schools. Hicks, Ada (1913)
Getting the farm work done. May, 1917
Graphic exhibits on food conservation at fairs & expositions. United States. Food Administration (1917)
Grow beans. Moore, R. A. (Ransom Asa), 1861-1941 (April, 1917)
Have a backyard garden. Moore, J. G. (James Garfield) (April, 1917)
Help fill the nation's flour barrel. Moore, R. A. (Ransom Asa), 1861-1941 (August, 1917)
The heritage of dress: being notes on the history and evolution of clothes. Webb, Wilfred Mark, 1868- (1907)
Hints on what to eat during the war. McCollum, Elmer Verner, b. 1879 (February, 1918)
Housekeeping. Gilman, Elizabeth Hale (1916)
How to cook soy beans. May, 1917
How to make and trim your own hats. Powell, Vee Walker ([1944])
How to make hats; a method of self-instruction using job sheets--fully illustrated. Weiss, Rosalind (1931)
How to store vegetables for winter use. Moore, J. G. (James Garfield) 1881- (September, 1917)
How to use barley. June, 1917
How to use other cereals. April, 1918
Instructive costume design. Hartman, Emil Alvin ([1922])
Let us give thanks. Hatch, K. L. (Kirk Lester), 1871- (November, 1918)
Make your own hats. Martin, Gene Allen, Mrs (1921)
The milliners' guide, a complete handy reference book for the workroom, embraces the professional experience of ages. [1917]
Millinery as a trade for women. Perry, Lorinda (1916)
Millinery: theoretical and practical. Hill, Clare, fl. 1900 (1909)
Millinery. Aiken, Charlotte Rankin (1922)
Millinery. Loewen, Jane (1925)
The new dressmaker; with complete and fully illustrated instructions on every point connected with sewing, dressmaking and tailoring, from the actual stitches to the cutting, making, altering, mending, and cleaning of clothes for ladies, misses, girls, children, infants, men and boys. Butterick Publishing Company ([1921])
Other kinds of bread. Hunt, Ada E. (August, 1917)
Other ways to cook potatoes. February, 1918
Practical millinery. Anslow, Florence (1922)
Preserve eggs for winter use. Hayes, J. B. (John B.) , 1891- (May, 1917)
The rose cross aid cook book: containing instructions in the art of cooking and the correct combination of foods. Witt, Clara, Mrs (c1917)
Salads & vegetable cookery. Gulley, Carson ([ca.1940])
Seasoning secrets : herbs and spices. Gulley, Carson (1949)
Seasoning secrets and favorite recipes of Carson Gulley. Gulley, Carson (1956)
Sewing and textiles: a textbook for grades and rural schools. Turner, Annabell (1918)
Six little cooks, or, Aunt Jane's cooking class. Kirkland, E. S. (Elizabeth Stansbury), 1828-1896 (1877)
Spices and seasoning. Gulley, Carson ([ca.1940])
Start a flock. Hayes, J. B. (John B.) , 1891- (May, 1917)
Straw hats, their history and manufacture. Inwards, Harry ([1922])
Student's manual of fashion drawing: thirty lessons with conventional charts. Young, Edith (1919)
Textiles and costume design. Ellsworth, Evelyn Peters (1917)
The war garden victorious, by Charles Lathrop Pack ... Pack, Charles Lathrop, 1857-1937 (1919)
Things girls like to do. Gilman, Elizabeth Hale (1917)
Thrift clothing. Talbot, Anna Hedges ([1918])
Thrift for troubled times. National Training School for Cookery (Great Britain) (1917)
Training the little home maker, by kitchengarden methods. Keech, Mabel Louise (1912)
Twelve ways to cook carp. Marlatt, A. L. (Abby Lillian), b. 1869 (October, 1917)
The use of fertilizers during the war. Whitson, A. R. (Andrew Robeson), 1870-1945 (February, 1918)
Variety in salad dressing. Gulley, Carson ([ca.1940])
Victory breads. October,1918
A war cookery book for the sick and wounded : compiled from the cookery books by Mrs. Edwards, Miss May Little, etc., etc. / by Jessie M. Laurie. Laurie, Jessie M. (1914)
War food; practical and economical methods of keeping vegetables, fruits and meats. Handy, Amy L. (Amy Littlefield) (1917)
War gardens : a pocket guide for home vegetable growers / by Montague Free. Free, Montague, 1885-1965 (1918)
Ways of using corn. January, 1918
The Weiler ladies tailor--dressmaker, designer, cutter and fitter book. Weiler, Sigmond Georg, 1883- (1915)
What shall we eat on wheatless and meatless days?. May, 1918
Wheatless and meatless days, by Pauline Dunwell Partridge andHester Martha Conklin. Partridge, Pauline Dunwell (1918)
Why not buckwheat?. Moore, R. A. (Ransom Asa), 1861-1941 (May, 1917)
Woman as decoration. Burbank, Emily (1920)
Your millinery. Reiser, Winifred ([1949])

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Aiken, Charlotte Rankin
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Ben Yûsuf, Anna
Brown, P. Clement (Percy Clement), 1886-
Burbank, Emily
Butterick Publishing Company
Carens, Edith Marie
Conover, Isabel De Nyse
Dooley, William H. (William Henry), 1880-
Ellsworth, Evelyn Peters
Fales, Jane
Field, Bradda
Free, Montague, 1885-1965
Fuller, Mary E.
Gentner, L.G
Gilman, Elizabeth Hale [2 items.]
Gulley, Carson [5 items.]
Handy, Amy L. (Amy Littlefield)
Harrison, Grace Clergue
Hartman, Emil Alvin
Hatch, K. L. (Kirk Lester), 1871-
Hayes, J. B. (John B.) , 1891- [2 items.]
Hicks, Ada
Hill, Clare, fl. 1900
Hiller, Elizabeth O. Mrs., comp
Holt, Ardern
Hunt, Ada E.
Inwards, Harry
Jones, E. R. (Edward Richard), 1882-1937
Keech, Mabel Louise
Kellogg, Vernon L. (Vernon Lyman), 1867-1937
Kirkland, E. S. (Elizabeth Stansbury), 1828-1896
Laurie, Jessie M.
Loewen, Jane
Marlatt, A. L. (Abby Lillian), b. 1869
Martin, Gene Allen, Mrs
McCollum, Elmer Verner, b. 1879
Moore, Helen Watkeys
Moore, J. G. (James Garfield)
Moore, J. G. (James Garfield) 1881-
Moore, R. A. (Ransom Asa), 1861-1941 [3 items.]
National Training School for Cookery (Great Britain)
Pack, Charles Lathrop, 1857-1937
Partridge, Pauline Dunwell
Peel, Dorothy Constance (Bayliff) "Mrs. C. S. Peel"
Perry, Lorinda
Powell, Vee Walker
Reiser, Winifred
Rhoe, Mary Jane
Rose, Mary Swartz, 1874-1941
Selden, Charles Albert, 1870-
Shover, Edna Mann
Spriggs, Edmund Ivens
Talbot, Anna Hedges
Turner, Annabell
United States. Food Administration [2 items.]
United States. Food Administration. Collegiate Section
Webb, Wilfred Mark, 1868-
Weiler, Sigmond Georg, 1883-
Weiss, Rosalind
Whitson, A. R. (Andrew Robeson), 1870-1945
Witt, Clara, Mrs
Wood, T. B. (Thomas Barlow), 1869-1929
Woolley, Edward Mott
Young, Edith

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