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Volume 25, 1911: 12 Monthly Issues

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    • OIL & WATER COLOR PAINTING:

      •      by E.A. Page
      • Answers to Correspondence
    • CHINA PAINTING:

      •      by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
      • Answers to Correspondence
    • MOTHER AND CHILD:

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           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
           by Sally Lunn
    • Hints for Needleworkers
           by Inez Redding
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 24, Issue #12: February 1911
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  • FEATURES
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Ladies' Handsome Knitted Coat
           by Rosinah H. tonge
    • STORY:
      A Borrowed Destiny, part 4
           by Augusta Kortrecht
    • Marquetry Staining
           by N.M. Pairpoint
    • The Sort of Old Lady I Want To Be
           by Christine Terhune Herrick
    • Jabots and Collars
           by Nellie Clarke Brown
    • Hostess and Guest:
      Making Merry on St. Valentine's Day
      Heart Secrets
      A Game of Valentines
      An Announcement Party
      Washington's Birthday Fancies
      Two Pretty Church Sales
           by Marjorie March
    • Priscilla Fashion Department
           by Margaret Wellington
    • Priscilla's Dressing Table:
      Incorrect Positions of the Body
           by Annette Beacon
    • Old Furs Made New
    • The Possibilities in Small Back Yards
           by William Draper Brinckle
    • Ye Valentine Time
           by Agnes M. Choate
    • Some Sewing Hints
           by Lucia Noble
    • Will the Long Suffering Public Stand This New Tax?
    • ART NEEDLWORK:
      • The Care and Selection of Table Linen
             by Doris Richards, Edmonia B. Johnson
      • Patterns for Bedspreads:
        Crochet Stripe
        Crochet Border
        Knitted Border Knitted Square
             by Belle Robinson
      • New Embroidered Waists
             by Christine Ferry
      • Some New Designs for Centerpieces(embroidered)
             by Catherine Lee Carter
      • Baby Belongings(embroidered)
             by Christine Ferry
      • Waists for the Business Girl(embroidered)
      • Hand Woven Rag Rugs
             by Gertrude M. Walbran
      • Princess Slip in Hobble Style(embroidery)
      • (2)Handsome Dutch Collars
      • Embroidery Stitches and Methods of Work, part 5:
        Twisted Lattice Stitch
        Coral Stitch
        Cretan Stitch
             by Mrs. Archibald H. Christie
      • Waist with Irish Crochet Yoke
             by Nancy P. Orr
      • Baby's Knitted Stocking
             by Belle Robinson
      • Embroidered Centerpieces and Doilies
      • How to Make the Boned Lining for the Fitted Waist
             by Alice Maxwell
      • An Elaborately Embroidered Waist
             by Marion Barr
      • Two Dressing Sacques
      • Undermuslins for the Bride
             by Christine Ferry
      • Two Designs in Netting:
        Netted Bag(Mrs. L.C. Huckstep)
        Netted Doily(Mary Fitch)
      • Table Scarf in Flat Stitch
      • Braided Sofa Pillow
      • Ostend Toque in Crochet
             by S.B. and B.W. Fleisher
      • Automobile Turban in Crochet
             by Henry E. Franklin Co.
      • Embroidered Bedroom Set
             by Christine Ferry
    • MOTHER AND CHILD:
      • Our February Pattern:
        Infant's Knitted Stocking
      • The Only Child
      • Children's Handkerchiefs
      • Fear
      • The Mother influence
      • The Mother's club
    • Housekeeper's Question Box
           by Doris Richards
    • Some of the Cheaper Cuts(recipes):
      Tripe Lyonnaise
      Fried Liver
      Fricandeau of Livers
      Stuffed Hearts
      Breaded Lamb Fillets
      Kidney Bacon Rolls
      Braised Beef
      Baked Ox Joints
      Fricassee of Lamb
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
           by Sally Lunn
    • Hints for Needleworkers
           by Inez Redding
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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    • OIL & WATER COLOR PAINTING:

      •      by E.A. Page
      • Answers to Correspondence
    • CHINA PAINTING:

      •      by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
      • Answers to Correspondence
    • MOTHER AND CHILD:

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           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
           by Sally Lunn
    • Hints for Needleworkers
           by Inez Redding
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    • OIL & WATER COLOR PAINTING:

      •      by E.A. Page
      • Answers to Correspondence
    • CHINA PAINTING:

      •      by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
      • Answers to Correspondence
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           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
           by Sally Lunn
    • Hints for Needleworkers
           by Inez Redding
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Volume 25, Issue #7: September 1911
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  • FEATURES
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Handsome Crocheted Counterpane
           by Selma Eberbach
    • STORY:
      Maxwell and Company's New "Saleslady"
           by Edith Robinson
    • Carrying Baskets Lesson, part 4:
      For Marketing, Picnicking and flower Gathering
           by Sallie G. Fitzgerald
    • Novelties for Christmas
           by Alethea Warren
    • Embroidered Neckwear
      Practical Suggestions for Christmas
    • Towels for Gift Giving
           by Christine Ferry
    • Linen Lunch Sets(embroidered)
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Kindergarten in the HOme
           by Jane Arnold
    • HOME DECORATION, part 5:
      The Simple Bedroom
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Priscilla Fashion Department
    • Experience of a Home Dressmaker
           by Cathleen Cameron
    • Talk on Embroidered Waists
           by Inez E. Fox
    • A Novelty in Underwear
      Apron Drawers
    • The Latest Fashion Developments in Corsets
           by Clarice I. Wile
    • Marketing the Home Woman's Product
           by Mary madeline Wood
    • Hostess and Guest:
      Table Decorations
      An Old Maids' Party
      A Conundrum Dinner(Mrs. J.J. O'Connell)
      An Evening of Stunts(Grace Hutchinson Kimmick)
           by Marjorie March
    • Priscilla's Dressing Table:
      Rose-leaf Complexions
           by Annette Beacon
    • ART NEEDLWORK:
      • Crocheted Borders for Centrepieces and Doilies
             by Lola Burks hettich
      • Embroidered Net Neckwear
      • Some New Tatted Neckwear:
        Pretty Jabot,
        Dutch Collar
        Fancy Stock Trimmed with Tatting
             by Lucia Noble
      • Waist in Cross-stitch Embroidery
      • A Coin Handkerchief(crochet edging)
             by Mrs. F.L. Merritt
      • A Set of Pretty Underwear(embroidered)
      • Irish Crochet as a Trimming for Underwear:
        Chemise with Rose Medallion Yoke
        Pretty Vandyke Border for Combination Garment
      • Crocheted Scarf Shawl
             by S.C.
      • An Exquisite Bureau Scarf(embroidered)
      • Stenciled Pillows
             by Agnes M. Choate
      • Embroidered Centrepieces
             by Catherine Lee Carter
    • OIL & WATER COLOR PAINTING:
      • Colored Studies:
        Pansies and Wild Caraway,
        Handsome Study of Fruits
             by E.A. Page
    • MOTHER AND CHILD:
      • Love the Boys
      • Game for Children
      • Thoughts of the School Child
    • THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:
      Stories for the Little Ones
      • the Little Girl Who Was Never Late
      • Peter's New School Box
      • The Foolish Chick

      Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
    • Meat Substitutes(recipes):
      Sauteed Lima Beans
      German Salad
      Nut and Potato Croquets
      Cheese Custards
      Shapleigh Cheese
      Spanish Omelet
      Italian Macaroni
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
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Volume 25, Issue #10: December 1911
Page Count: 58
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  • FEATURES
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Filet Crochet- Modern Application of an Ancient Art
           by Belle Robinson
    • STORY:
      Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief, part 3
           by Helen Peck
    • What Sort of Husbands and Wives Do Our Sons and Daughters Want?
           by Christine Terhune Herrick
    • Dresden Ribbon Novelties for Gift-making and Fairs
           by Christine Ferry
    • Christmas Stenciling
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Leather Applique
           by Nellie M. Pairpoint
    • STORY:
      The Family Circle, a Story of Yule-tide Hospitality
           by Annie Willis McCullough
    • Crepe Paper Robe Work for Christmas Presents
           by Elizabeth Bissell
    • Experience of a Home Dressmaker:
      Making the Silk Petticoat at Home
           by Cathleen Cameron
    • To Amuse the Baby
           by Lucia Noble
    • Priscilla Fashion Department
    • Marketing the Home Woman's Product:
      New Orleans Christian Woman's Exchange
           by Mrs. K.K. Blackmar
    • Kindergarten Busy Work:
      What the Little One Can Do for Christmas
           by Jane Arnold
    • Pretty Things for the Baby
           by Catherine Lee Carter
    • Hostess and Guest:
      Score Cards
      December Palmistry Party(Emma P. Seabury)
      A Christmas Book Shower(E.M.S.)
           by Marjorie March
    • Priscilla's Dressing Table:
      The Woman Past Her First Youth
           by Annette Beacon
    • What To Give Grandfather
           by Alethea Warren

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    • ART NEEDLWORK:
      • Knitted Sweaters
             by S.C.
      • Pretty Neckwear(made from bits of lace and net):
             by Lucia Noble, Cora Anderson
      • Cold Weather Comforts in Knitting and Crochet:
        Baby's Knitted Veil(S.C.)
        Child's Knitted Hood(Anna Welck)
        Knitted Slippers(Mrs. L.C. Huckstep)
        Knitted Evening Hood(L.J. Brewster)
        Gentleman's Knitted Wristlet(Gwen Keys)
        Infant's Crocheted Afghan(S.C.)
        Pretty Bar Pins(S.C.)
      • Darning as an Embroidery
             by Lucia A Soule
      • Bed Decoration in Cut Work Applique
             by Mira Burr Edson
      • Embroidered Undergarments
             by Inez Fox
      • Embroidered Pillows
      • Dining Room Embroideries
             by Catherine Lee Carter
      • Braided Rugs
             by Mary C. Phillips
      • Lace Scarf-ends
             by Nellie Clarke Brown
      • Knitted Centrepiece and Doilies
             by Alta A. Vedder
      • Centrepiece and Doilies in Maltese Crochet
             by Maud D. Burks
      • Handsome Neckwear
      • Centrepiece and Doilies(embroidery)
             by Christine Ferry
      • Lace Doilies
             by Cora Anderson
      • Making Poinsettias of Silk or Ribbon
             by W.H. McCuin
      • Embroidered Nightgown and Flounce
             by Catherine Lee Carter
    • The Children's Hour(Stories for the little ones):
      • Nancy's Tree
      • The Christmas Bell
      • Peter's Christmas
    • MOTHER AND CHILD:
      • Birth Announcement Cards
      • Care of Babies
    • Cake(recipes):
      Lemon Filled Cake
      Orange Sponge Cake
      Raised Fruit Loaf
      Pound Birthday Cake
      White Mountain Cream Frosting
      Angel Birthday Cake
      Confectioner's Frosting
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
           by Sally Lunn
    • Hints for Needleworkers
           by Inez Redding
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Volume 26, 1912: 12 Monthly Issues


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Volume 27, 1913: 12 Monthly Issues

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Volume 26, Issue #11: January 1913
Page Count: 46
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  • FANCY WORK SECTION
    • Luncheon Cloth in Mosaic Cross Stitch
           by Belle Robinson
    • Lace Trimmed Jabots and Rabats
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • New Three-Piece Embroidered Collars
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Centrepiece in Embroidery with Irish Crochet
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Useful Embroideries for the Baby
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Edgings and Insertions in Knitting, Crochet
           by Mrs. O.E. Gerade, Lula M. Harvey, Gwen Keys, Elma Iona Locke
    • STORY:
      The Best Laid Plans(last installment)
           by Carolyn Wells
    • (3)Handsome Knitted Coat Sweaters
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Handsome Embroideries
           by Alice Waddington
    • Fruit and Flower Garniture
           by W.H. McCuin
    • The January Hostess:
      A January Birthday Party
           by Eleanor Tyler
      Moving Pinture Show Party
           by Ruth Gregory
      A Time Affair
    • Occidental Rugs
           by Mrs. Lucy B. Haven-Johnson
    • Battenberg Lace for the Table
    • Doilies in Punched Work
    • (3)Crocheted Millinery
    • Painted China Dresser Set
           by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
    • Stencils for the Nursery
           by Josephine Bruce
  • FASHION DEPARTMENT
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Simple Dress for Midwinter
           by Cathleen Cameron
    • Pretty House Dresses
    • Stylish Street Costumes
    • Attractive Midwinter Models
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Choosing the Table Linen
           by Rosamond Lampman
    • Choice in Household Furnishings:
      Elimination of the Unnecessary
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • The School Lunch
      Fruits and Nuts
      Mashed Potato Sandwich
      Ripe Olive Sandwich
      Egg Sandwich
      Date Sandwich
      Cucumber Sadnwich
      Cooked Mayonnaise
      Strawberry Charlotte
      Nut Sponge Cake
      Quick Fruit Rolls
           by Mrs. Minnie A Emmons
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Bread Making:
      Bread Biscuit
      Baking Powder Biscuit
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Savory Left-Overs:
      Lamb a la Breck
      Creamed Pork
      Fricandeau of Liver
      Fish Cutlets
      Corned Beef, Tomato Toast
      Curry of Beef
      Chicken a la Cadillac
      Meat Cakes
      Salmon Souffle
      Spanish Sauce
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • The Priscilla Juniors
      Mother Goose Calendars
    • POEM:
      The Doodles
           by Florence Minckler Longley
    • Growing Plants from Slips
           by Clarence Sturgis
    • The Home Beautiful:
      the Living Room
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Exercise and its Relation to Health and Beauty
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Stenciled Curtains for the Nursery
           by Josephine Bruce
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Volume 26, Issue #12: February 1913
Page Count: 62
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  • FANCY WORK SECTION
    • Macrame Handbag
           by Belle Robinson
    • New Embroidered Blouses
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Beautiful Designs in Hedebo Embroidery:
      the Danish Shepherds' Handicraft
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Knitted Jackets, Scarfs
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Smart Frocks for Little Folks
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • (10)Crocheted Doilies
           by Elizabeth Turkey, Miss B.B. Owens, Mrs. E. Hector Coates, Margaret P. Boyle, Julia E. Swoope, Miss B.B. Swoope
    • Embroidered Luncheon Cloths, Napkins
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Modern Applique
           by Alice Waddington
    • Irish Crochet Dress Accessories
           by Mrs. L. E. Wood, Eliza A. Taylor, Mrs. S.L. Lewis, Mrs. W.F. Holmes, Emma McFarland
    • Knitted Blocks, Edgings for Quilts
           by Mrsl E.S. Richardson, Mrs. H.L. Adams
    • Punched Work, Darning on Scrim
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Furniture for the Living Room
           by Harry A. Packard
    • Crepe Paper Weaving
           by Mrs. D.L. Bootman
    • Crepe Paper Doll Place Cards
    • Scarf, Pillow in Embroidery, Crochet
           by Virginia Shephard
    • Tatting for Household Linens
           by Gwen Keys, Jessie M. DeWitt
    • Necklaces of Beads and Jewels
           by Mrs. T.E. Spear
    • Pretty Underwear
    • Little Things in Stenciled Leather
           by Frances A. Harris
    • Embroidered Hosiery
    • Beaded Tatting
           by Jessie M. DeWitt
    • Coat Set, Bag and Trimming Band in Macrame Crochet
           by Anna Wuerfel Brown
    • Embroidery Stitches
           by Mrs. Christie
    • Rambler Rose Embroidery
    • Coronation Cord Crochet
           by Lula M. Harvey, Harriette S. Rogers
    • Cut-Work Centerpieces
    • (3)New Things in Basketry
           by Sallie G. Fitzgerald
    • Centrepiece in Madeira Embroidery
    • New Crocheted Collars(1 filet)
           by Jessie G. Lane, Mrs. H.D. Graff, Elisabeth Mahan Bradshaw
    • Advanced Stencilling
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Bohemian Lace
           by Ethel Richmond
    • Conventional Designs for China
           by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
    • Baby Belongings
    • Relief Embroidery
           by Alethea Warren
    • Hooked Rugs
           by Mira Burr Edson
    • Desk Set in Etched Metal
           by A.E. Swoyer
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • Punched Work Linens
           by Mildred H. Inslee
  • FASHION DEPARTMENT
    • Dresses for the Street
    • Simple Dresses Which are Smart
    • Negligee Garments
    • Models for the Schoolgirl
    • Junior Styles
    • Talk on Midwinter Fashions:
      Luxury the Keynote of Winter Fashions

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  • FANCY WORK
    • Lacy Richelieu Embroidery
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • STORY:
      The Kidnapping of Percival
           by Anna A. Merriam
    • Altar Linens for My Church
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Copenhagen Cross-stitch Embroidery
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Old Designs in Filet Crochet
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Irish Crochet Neckwear
           by Lilly Magens Bunting, Lula M. Harvey
    • Filet Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Bags in (2)Tatting and (3)Crochet
           by Katie E. Scherer, Mary E. Fisher(tatting), Lula M. Harvey, Emma McFarland
    • STORY:
      The Little Cherry Table, part 1 of 2
           by Alice Ward Bailey
    • Hostess and Guest
           by Marjorie March
    • Embroidered Hats and Collars for Children
    • Spring Neckwear
    • Tablerunners
           by M. Alethea Warren
    • Embroidered Pillow Slips
           by Alice Rea
    • Place Cards for St. Patrick's Day
           by Agnes M. Choate
    • Crocheted Lace for Centrepieces
           by Gwen Keys
    • Crocheted Buckles and Collar Pins
           by Mrs. A.O.L. Wertman
    • Cross Stitch on Berlin Canvas
    • Dainty Shades for Lamps, Candles
    • Embroidered Parasols
           by Lillian Barton Wilson
    • Mosaic Cross Stitch
    • Designs for Dainty Underwear
           by Sally P. Moses
    • Doll's Crocheted Suit
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Knot Stitch Embroidery
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Aster Embroidery
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  • FASHION
    • Early Spring Fashions
    • Embroidery on New spring Models
    • Corsets, Corset Waists, Brassieres
           by Clarice Wile
    • For Afternoon Wear
    • Embroidered Linens for Summer
    • Models for Misses
    • What the Juniors are Wearing
    • Simplicity the Keynote for Children
    • Two Simple Gowns
    • Easy for the HOme Dressmaker
    • Draperies and More Draperies
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Mrs. Woodrow Wilson as a Cakemaker
      Gold and Silver Cake
      Maryland Coffee Cake
      Webster Cake
      Old-fashioned Washrington Pie
      Rich Black Fruit Cake
      Delicious Cream Sponge Cake
      Maryland Marble Cake
      Angel Cake
           by Mrs. Woodrow Wilson
    • Housecleaning on the Installment Plan
           by May Emery Hall
    • the Cost of Food
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Business Girl Bride:
      Pies(crust and fillings)
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Ways with Eggs(recipes):
      Baked
      with Cheese
      Stuffed
      White Sauce
      Toad in a Snow Drift
      Ham and
      Scrambled
      Omelet No. 1
      Crumb Omelet
      Poached
      Sandwiches
      Pimento Sandwiches
      Salad
      Salad Dressing
      Toast
      Custard Pie
      Custard Pudding
      Date and Egg Pudding
      Orange Pudding
           by Elizabeth L. Gilbert
    • Oyster Dishes for Lent(recipes):
      Oyster and Shrimp Salad
      Broiled
      Deviled
      Macaroni and Oyster Rosettes
      Roasted
      Oyster Forcemeat for Fish
      Oyster and White Fish Stew
      Oyster Fritters
      Oyster Patties
      Oyster Souffle
           by Margherita O. Osborne
    • Pancakes for Shrove Tuesday
           by E.G. Mason
    • Home Beautiful:
      The Dining Room
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Some Kitchen Tests for Purity
           by R.D. Mock
    • Hints on Fireless Cookery
      Salmon Caprice
      Creamed Cauliflower
      Peach Shortcake
      Green Corn Puffs
      Prune Pudding
      Scalloped Tomatoes
      Poor Man's Pie
      Foam Pudding
           by Natalie Emmons Gray
    • Priscilla Juniors
    • Priscilla Juniors
      Letters
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • POEM:
      The Doodles
           by Florence Minckler Longley
    • Practical Reducing and Gaining
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Keeping Hens
           by Edward I. Farrington
    • Making the Home Garden Profitable
           by Kate V. Saint Maur
    • New Fish Dishes(recipes):
      Lobster a la Muisset
      Creamed Sardines
      Spanish Codfish
      Fillets of Halibut Hollanden
      Salmon Cutlets
      Mornay Crab Meat
      Herring Salad
      Somerset Halibut
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 27, Issue #2: April 1913
Page Count: 62
Cover Artist: Sweet
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      A Ceremony Centuries Old
           by Elise Ward Morris
    • STORY:
      The Little Cherry Table, part 2 of 2
           by Alice Ward Bailey
    • Boudoir Caps, Work Bags, Negligees
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Embroideries in Dresden Cross Stitch
           by Mrs Wilson
    • Punched Work in Lacy Background
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • A Beautiful Set of Bedroom Linens
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Gifts for the Dower Chest:
      The Dining Room
      The Living Room
      The Bedroom
           by Alice Crowell Hoffman
    • Punched Work for Bride's Room
           by W.A. Dickey
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Spring Shower for Misses
           by Hannah Waldenmaier
      Showers for the Bride-Elect
           by Jane E. Clemmens
      Place Cards for Bridesmaid's Luncheon
           by Agnes M. Choate
    • Chamber Linens
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Waist with Tatted Trimming
           by Jessie M. DeWitt
    • Jabot in Tatting and Coronation Cord
           by Mrs. M. Clarke Nash
    • Summer Neckwear
           by Lois T. Rice, Mildred Inslee
    • Embroidered Towels for the Bride
    • Crocheted Accessories:
      Collar, Cuff Set in Coronation Cord and Crochet
           by Mrs. B.W. Long
      Crocheted Belt
           by Anna D. Lich
      Crocheted Opera Bag
           by Gwen Keys
    • Set of Bridal Lingerie(Irish Crochet)
           by Eliza A. Taylor
    • Dainty Stenciled Parasol
    • Crocheted Finger Coin Purse
    • New Designs in Neckwear
           by W.A. Dickey
    • For the Bride's Trousseau:
      Dressing Sack,
      Petticoat Flounce,
      Embroidered Stockings
    • The Lazy Flower Embroidery:
      Library Table Scarf,
      Aster Pillow,
      Centrepiece in Aster Embroidery
    • Crochet for the Dining Room:
      Napkin Rings
           by Mrs. A.O.L. Wertman
      Crocheted Water Set
           by Hattie M. Loring
      Border for Scarf End
           by Lola Burks Hettich
  • FASHION
    • Gowns for the Bridal Party
    • Street and Afternoon Costumes
    • Summer Dresses for the Trousseau
    • Simple Gowns for Bridesmaids
    • Bridal Lingerie
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      For the Trousseau
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Luncheon for the Bridesmaids:
      Grapefruit Cocktail
      Luncheon Rolls
      Pineapple Mousse
      Cherry Tart
           by Helen Davis
    • Learning My Profession
           by A. Homemaker
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • The Business Girl Bride- "Salads"
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Breakfast with the Fireless Cooker
           by Natalie Emmons Gray
    • Economy with the Casserole
           by Mary Shiveley Holmes
    • Some Excellent Spring Salads
           by Georgette Waters
    • Fillings for Cake(recipes):
           by Christina Bee
    • Condensed Milk in Cooking
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Silver for the Bride
           by Sally P. Moses
    • The Home Beautiful:
      The Bedroom
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Everyday Uses for Crackers:
      Danish Apple Cake
      Cracker Corn-Cake
      Broiled Tomatoes
      Nut-Maple Wafers
      White Sauce
           by Helen Mar Thomson
    • New Ideas in Gardening
           by Clarence Sturgis
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • POEM:
      the Doodles
           by Florence Minckler Longley
    • Care of the Arms and Hands
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Cheese Cookery(recipes):
      Baked Rarebit
      Cheese Salad
      English Monkey
      Cheese Timbales
      Luncheon Cheese
      Roxbury Cheese Croquettes
      Berkshire Rarebit
      Littleton Cheese
      Baked Macaroni with Cheese
      Cheese Fondue
      Cheese Cakes
      Cheese and Olive Canapes
      Imperial Sandwiches
      French Rarebit
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 27, Issue #3: May 1913
Page Count: 58
Cover Artist: Sweet
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Decorative Possibilities of Stenciling
           by Millie E. Starbuck
    • STORY:
      Jim's Folks
           by Eve Owen Crochran
    • Embroidered Shades for Lamps, Candles
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Accessories for the Summer Toilette
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Lesson in Lacemaking:
      Irish Crochet, Needlepoint
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Dainty Frocks for June Graduate
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Crocheted Bedspread
           by Mrs. Norman Hopkins
    • French Knot Embroideries for Dining Room
           by Mildred H. Inslee
    • Embroidered Tea Set
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • STORY:
      Converts
           by Joan Paul
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Busy Bee Party
      Jolly Jungle Party
           by Winnifred Fales
    • Embroidered Waists, Frock
    • Crocheted Edgings
           by Lula M. Harvey
    • Three Pillow Designs(Darned Background)
           by Lois T. Rice
    • New Bead Coat Chain
    • Hat and Parasol
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Collar in Venetian Crochet
           by Belle Ulp
    • Decorations for Summer Camp
           by Harry A. Packard
    • Sheets and Pillow Slips
    • Home-Made Chair Table
           by A.E. Swoyer
    • Tatted and Crocheted Neckwear:
      Tatted Buckle for Tie
           by Hattie L. Wright
      Crocheted Ornament for Bow
           by Georgette Batt
      Crocheted Jabot
           by Lucia Noble
    • New Summer Neckwear
           by Sally P. Moses
  • FASHION
    • Gowns for Afternoon and Evening
    • Three Seasonable Frocks
    • Pretty Models for Summer Days
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Russian Blouse of Ratine
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Furnishing the Summer Cottage
           by Adelaide Allen Andrews
    • Group of Excellent Soups:
      Cream of Brown-Onion
      Cream of Asparagus
      Cream of Lima Beans
      Vegetable Soup
      Creole Soup
      Tomato Boullion
      Croutons and Breadsticks
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • Cost of Food
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Daily Menus for May
           by Rosamond Lampman
    • Storing Winter Furs
           by Addie Farrar
    • Canceling the Church Debt
           by L.E.T.
    • The House Beautiful:
      The Bungalow
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • the Kitchen Porch
           by William Draper Brinckle
    • Treatment of Floors
           by Margaret P. Boyle
    • Health and Beauty:
      Care of the Feet
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • An Inexpensive Bungalow
           by E. Lundborg
    • Early Vegetables(recipes):
      Asparagus Mousselaine
      Asparagus Salad
      Tabasco French Dressing
      Waltham Salad
      Waltham Salad Cream
      Stuffed Peppers with Fresh Green Corn
      String Bean Salad
      Molded Spinach with New Beets
      Carrots a la Poulette
      Onion Souffle
      Crisp Crackers
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • New Ideas in Gardening:
      Insect Pests in the Garden
           by Clarence Sturgis
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • POEM:
      the Doodles
           by Florence Minckler Longley
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 27, Issue #4: June 1913
Page Count: 50
Cover Artist: Sweet
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      H.R.H. the Baby(embroidery)
    • STORY:
      Converts, part 2
           by Joan Paul
    • Simple Hats for Little Maids
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Beautiful Irish Needlepoint
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • When We Crochet for Baby(Zephyr)
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Hand-Made Frocks for Wee One
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • For the Little Mother
           by M. Alethea Warren
    • Pretty Commencement Frocks
    • Novelty Braid Crochet
           by Elsa P. Masterman
    • Some New Neckwear
    • Macrame Bag of Fancy Tinsel Cord
           by Belle Robinson
    • Shirt-Waist Set in Irish Crochet
           by Marie Mason
    • Crocheted Garments for Dolly
           by Mrs. L. B. Edwards
    • Knitting for Infants:
      Infant's Band
           by Lillian H. Wales
      Sweater
           by Sarah T. Converse
      Bootee
           by Penelope Kay
    • Play Rugs for the Nursery
           by N.M. Pairpoint
    • Bohemian Lace
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Pretty Things for Baby
           by M. Alethea Warren
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Potpourri Party
      Fortune Telling Methods
  • FASHION
    • Embroidered Gowns for Midsummer
    • Misses' Holiday Models
    • Attractive Dresses for the Juniors
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Best Dress the Little Girl Will Like
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Senior Luncheon(recipes):
      Consomme a la Royal
      Brazilian Cream in Timbale Cases
      Timbale Cases
      Browned New Potatoes
      Escalloped Corn
      Commencement Sandwiches
      Summer Salad in Young Turnip Cases
      Boiled Cream Dressing
      Golden Nectar
      Canton Cream
           by Mrs. M.A. Emmons
    • Preserves and Pickles for the Bride(recipes):
      Peaches
      Strawberries Wiesbaden Style
      Blackberry Jam
      Quince Marmalade
      Rhubarb Marmalade
      Jellied Raspberries
      Spiced Cherries
      Gingered Pears
      Chili Sauce
      Worcestershire
      "Button" Onions
      Beet Relish
      Mustard Pickles
      Piccalilli
      Catsup
           by Estelle Lambert Matteson
    • The Business Girl Bride- Luncheon Dishes
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Some Points About Bluing
           by Margaret Soundstrom
    • An Automatic Servant:
      The Kitchen Cabinet
           by Elise Ward Morris
    • Some Eggless Receipts:
      Batter Pudding
      Currant Cup Pudding
      Cranberry Pudding
      Apple Pudding
      Prune Pudding
      Rice Pudding
      Chocolate Blanc Mange
      Cream Pie
      Lemon Pie
      Fruit Cake without Butter, Eggs
      Pumpkin Pie
      Gingerbread
      Ginger Snaps
      Favorite Cookies
      Eggless Doughnuts
      Eggless Devil's Food Cake
      Frosting without Eggs
           by Elma Iona Locke
    • How to Market Intelligently
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • How Two Girls Have Managed
           by Elizabeth R. Darrow
    • The Home Beautiful:
      Preparing for Summer
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      Teeth and Mouth
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Frozen Desserts(recipes):
      Orange Cream Sherbert
      Coffee Ice Cream
      Prune Ice Cream
      Strawberry Ice Cream
      Standish Pudding
      Vanilla Ice Cream
      Coupe Suzanne
      Pineapple Coupe
      Raspberry Ice
      Manhattan Pudding
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • POEM:
      the Doodles
           by Florence Minckler Longley
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 27, Issue #5: July 1913
Page Count: 38
Cover Artist: Sweet
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Embroidered Frocks for Summer
           by
    • STORY:
      Converts, part 3
           by Joan Paul
    • Heavy Venetian Crocheted Lace
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Ways to Use Venetian Crochet in Clothes
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Eight Embroidered Collars
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • New Way to Use Punched Work with Darning
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Some Ideas for a Church Sale
           by Martha Genung Stearns
    • Crocheted Accessories to the Summer Toilet:
      Coat Set of Pink Linen with Border of Coronation Cord Crochet
           by Mrs. J.F. Miller
      Handkerchief Bag
           by Mary E. Fitch
      Well-fitted Yoke and Stock
           by Nancy Powell Orr
      Coat Set of Blue Linen with Border of Coronation Cord Crochet
           by Mrs. J.F. Miller
      Hexagon Coin Purse
    • Collar in Heavy Crochet
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Embroideries on Mosaic Canvas
           by Sally P. Moses
    • New Raffia Work(hats)
           by Mrs. William A. Dibble
    • (3)Handsome Collar, Cuff Sets(embroidered)
           by Helen Bailey
    • Embroidered Guest Towels
    • Handsome Embroidered Waist
           by Lucy Postlethwaithe
    • Five Handsome Doilies(embroidered)
    • Midsummer Fashions for All
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Ice Carnival
      Thimble Party
           by Marjorie March
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • The Porch Affair
           by Helen Davis
    • Making a Success at Dressmaking
           by Zola Norris
    • Cold Dishes for Hot Days
           by Elizabeth L. Gilbert
    • The Business Girls Bride-
      Breakfast Dishes
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Planning the Family Menus
           by Margherita Osborn Osborne
    • Saving the Middleman's Toll
           by Enoch J. Mills
    • Sun Cookery
           by Georgette Waters
    • In Raspberry Time(recipes):
      Raspberry Pudding
      Raspberry Steamed Pudding
      Raspberry Bread Pudding
      Raspberry Dumplings
      Raspberry Souffle
      Raspberry Float
      Raspberry Fritters
      Raspberry Shortcake
           by Elma Iona Locke
    • Summer Food for children
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Summer Fruits in Cookery(recipes):
      Strawberry Ice Cream
      Strawberry Sauce
      Raspberry Ice
      Manhattan Raspberry Pudding
      Peach Pie
      Spiced Currants
      Watermelon Cubes
      Steamed Blueberry Pudding
      Blackberry Shortcake
      Blueberry Cake
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      The Veranda
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      Treatment of Blackheads
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 27, Issue #6: August 1913
Page Count: 34
Cover Artist: Sweet
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Irish Crochet Sailor Collar in Blackberry Design
           by Anna Wuerfel Brown
    • STORY:
      The Blue Lady, Part 1
           by Annie Page Jones
    • The Little Girl's Summer Frocks(embroidered)
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Cases for Bride and Cases for Groom(embroidered)
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Five Beautiful Embroidered Aprons
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Some Unusual Lingerie Pillows
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Novel Embroideries
           by Sarah Pearson
    • Useful Bags and Cases(embroidered)
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Crocheted Bag
           by Belle Ulp
    • Embroidered Collars and Bow
           by Sally P. Moses
    • Child's Bread and Milk Set
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Three Doilies(embroidered)
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Crocheted Waist Set and Hatpin
           by Mary E. Fitch
    • Embroidered Waist
           by Mrs. W.D. Spire
    • Attractive Summer Models
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      August Party
      Newspaper Announcement Party
      Seaside Party
           by Marjorie March
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Helps for Afternoon Tea(recipes)
      Peanut Wafers
      Tea Cakes
      Strawberry Fritters
      Five O'clock nut Rolls
      Cheese Tarts
      Orange Tartlets
      Sponge Cake
      Cheese Balls with Wafers
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • The Business Girl Bride:
      Leftovers
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Good Things for the Picnic Luncheon
           by Marian C. Kellar
    • Inexpensive Ices Easily Prepared
           by M.C.K.
    • The Emergency Shelf
           by Jean B. Stewart
    • Saving Money on Home Repairs
           by Charles K. Farrington
    • Halving the Drudgery of Dish Washing
           by May Emery Hall
    • Cooking Class of One
           by Frances E. Gale
    • My Ideal Sewing Room
           by Gussie T. Smith
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • In Season Receipts for Peaches, Pears and Apples(recipes):
      Baked Peaches
      Canned Peaches
      Peach Cottage Pudding
      Panama Pears
      Fruit Salad
      Canton Chips
      Mint Jelly
      Apple Ginger
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 27, Issue #7: September 1913
Page Count: 54
Cover Artist: Unknown
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Popular Filet Crochet
           by Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • STORY:
      The Little Green Door, part 1
           by Alice Louise Lee
    • First Layette for New Baby(embroidery)
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Embroidered Household Linens
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Five New Designs for Corset Covers(embroidery)
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Stencil Work
           by Elma S. Ritter
    • Looking Forward to Christmas
    • Carriage Outfit for Wee Baby(crochet,embroidery)
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Very Smart New Shirt-Waist(embroidery)
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Embroideries for Living Room, Veranda
           by Alice E. Manning
    • Tea Napkins(embroidery)
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Tatted Coat Collar
           by Etta D. Burnham
    • Battenberg Lace for Curtains
    • New Coat Sets(embroidery)
           by Lilly Magens-Bunting
    • Practical Side of Filet
           by Belle Robinson
    • White Luncheon Set(embroidery)
    • Decorated Plates for Children
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Table Pieces in Bulgarian Embroidery
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Housekeeping Frolic
      Return to Schooldays
      Two Days in Dickens Land
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Priscilla Embroideries for Priscilla Fashions
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • Draped Skirts Appearing in Fall Models
    • Simple Models for School Days
    • Youthful Costumes
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Fashionable Drop Shoulder
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Cheese in the Everyday Diet
      Cheese Balls
      Potato Balls and Cheese
      Cheese Dreams
      Cheese Souffle
      Eggs Stuffed with Cheese
    • American Women as Municipal Housekeepers
           by Harriet Brunkhurst
    • Sea Gelatine Desserts
      Strawberry Jelly
      Buttermilk Aspic Jelly
      Salad Isabelle
      Tomato Aspic Salad
           by Mrs. M.A. Emmons
    • The School Lunch
           by Laura R. Talbot
    • Serving Cereals
           by Sally P. Moses
    • The Beginnings of Garden Work
           by Myrta Margaret Higgins
    • For Winter's Use(recipes):
      Pickled Lime Marmalade
      Canned Quinces
      Grape Catsup
      Grape Juice
      Corn Relish
      Green Sliced Cucumber Pickles Uncooked
      Harvard Pickles
      Petersham Pickles
      Pickled peaches
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      LIttle Things in a Room
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      In Reply to Your Letter
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 27, Issue #8: October 1913
Page Count: 70
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      Restitution, part 1
           by Helen Peck
    • STORY:
      The Little Green Door, conclusion
           by Alice Louise Lee
    • Counterpane with Inserts of Filet Crochet
           by Anna Wuerfel Brown
    • New Ideas in Neckwear
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Christmas Handkerchiefs, Toilet Cases
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • (3)Smart Sweater Coats, Matching Caps(knit)
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Colored Embroideries for the Home
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Embroideries for the Wee Baby
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Luncheon Linens
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Tea Aprons of Muslin and Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Bead Jewelry
           by Mrs. T.E. Spear
    • Embroidered Waist
           by Helen Bailey
    • Oval Serving Tray
           by M. L. McIntyre
    • Macrame Bags with Ivory Rings
           by Belle Robinson
    • New Stock and Jabot
           by Mary E. Fitch
    • Useful Little Gifts
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Coat Sets in Colored Embroidery
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Dainty Articles for Christmas
           by Priscilla Design Dept.
    • Tea Set, Rose Design
           by Jessie L. Williams, Harriet Cushman Wilkie
    • Knitted Centrepiece, Doilies
           by S. Adelbert Wood
    • Dainty Waist Garniture with Irish Crochet
           by Eliza A. Taylor
    • Guest Towels
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Guest Towels wiht Filet Crochet Borders:
      Swan, Squirrel
           by Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Practical Gifts for the Housewife
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • Tatted Collar and Cuff Set
           by Fannie M. Miller
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      A Wonder Party(Mrs. J.W.R.)
      Landing of the Immigrants
      Brown Owl Supper for Halloween
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • New Fall Models
    • Costumes for Street Wear
    • Modish Styles for Young People
    • For Little Folks
    • Fall Gowns for Afternoon
    • Practical for Morning Wear
    • Daintily Fashioned Lingerie
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Eponge Skirt in Three Gores
           by Cathleen Cameron
    • Embroideries for Priscilla Fashions
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • What is Bread?
      Miracle of Yeast
      Cider a Relation of Yeast
      In Grandma's Day
      The Next Problem
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • Home in its Relation to School
           by Florence Milner
    • Celebrating the Wedding Anniversary:
      The Paper Wedding
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Away-from-Home Lunches
           by Helen Labagh Johnson
    • Out of the Molasses Jug(recipes):
      Soft Molasses Cake
      Gingerbread(3)
      English Brown Bread
      Rye Bread
      Ginger Snaps(2)
      Ginger Drops
      Boston Baked Beans
      Cheap Fruit Cake
      Farmers' Fruit Cake
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Priscilla Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Trim Your Own Hat
           by Madame Eleanor
    • Mother's Rainy Day Helper
           by Grace W. Ripley
    • A Modern Hallowe'en Party
           by Nana French Bickford
    • Planting Bulbs and Potting Plants
           by Myrta Margaret Higgins
    • BREAD(recipes):
      Eggless Corn Muffins
      Raised Graham Loaf
      Flume Flannel Cake
      Quick Nut Loaf
      Family White Loaf
      Oatmeal Muffins
      Emergency Drop Muffins
      German Caraway Bread
      Boston Brown Bread
      Cincinnati Coffee Bread
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      Some Less Usual Rooms
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      Vibratory Massage and its Effects
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 27, Issue #9: November 1913
Page Count: 70
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      Restitution, part 2
           by Helen Peck
    • STORY:
      Mistress Prudence Wentworth's Thanksgiving
      (as written in her diary, A.D. 1775)
    • Crochet Breakfast Jacket
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Lovely Set of Bedroom Linens
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Embroideries for Furniture Tops
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Novel Effects in Tatting
           by Mrs. Milton French
    • Christmas Suggestions in Cut Leather
           by Fanny V. Cross
    • Stenciled Furnishings for a Girl's Room
           by Jessie Tarbox Beals
    • Christmas Gifts for Sister
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • Muskmelon Seed and Bead Bag
           by Isabella B. Denny
    • Towels with Borders in Oriental Drawn-work
           by Harriet Webb
    • Venetian Crochet Collar
           by Anna Wuerfel Brown
    • Two Baskets for Holiday Gifts
           by Sallie G. Fitzgerald
    • Wood Staining:
      Roses and Bumble Bees
           by N.M. Pairpoint
    • Crocheted Pincushions
           by Beatrice Brooks, Mary E. Fitch
    • Dainty Pincushions and Bags(embroidery)
    • Gifts for Card Players
           by Alice F. Rea
    • (2)Christmas Breakfast Shawls(crochet)
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Crocheted Candle Shades
           by Mrs. E.J. Rea
    • Effective Table Runner, Pillow(embroidery)
           by Alice E. Manning
    • Christmas Underwear
    • Crocheted Nut, Candy Baskets
           by Alice Waddell Simpson
    • New Neckwear
    • Gifts for the Little Newcomer
    • Gifts for Grandmother
           by Lily Magens-Bunting
    • Crocheted Things the Children Will Like
           by Lucia Noble, Mrs. L.B. Edwards
    • Handsome New Embroideries for the Living Room
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      November Turkey Trot
           by Mary E. Hardy
      Forethought of Winter
           by Lucy Goddard
      Thanksgiving Social
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Early Winter Costumes
    • Seasonable Out-of-Door Garments
    • For Indoor Wear
    • In and Out of School
    • For Cold Nights
    • Embroideries for Priscilla's Fashions
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Coat for Town and Country
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Entertaining the Thanksgiving Guest
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Providing a Real Home for $250
           by Helen Duey
    • Cheaper Cuts of Meat
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • Easily Frozen Desserts:
      Maple Parfait
      Chocolate Parfait
      Lemon Delight
           by Annah N. True
    • Grandmother's Doughnuts
           by Fanny S. Stone
    • NUT Recipes:
      Nut Bread
      Apple and Celery Salad
      Sweet Dressing(2)
      Halloween Salad
      Nut Salad
      Nut Souffle
      Nut Croquettes
      Walnut Cream Pudding
      Dainty Tea Cakes
      Plymouth Cookies
      Salted Almonds
           by Eleanor Robbins Wilson
    • Little Journeys in Foreign Lands- A Church Fair
           by Pansy Meek
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Mother's Rainy Day Helper
           by Grace W. Ripley
    • When Meat Is High(recipes):
      Lima Beans Fermiere
      Pot Roast
      Mock Sausages
      Baked Macaroni with Chipped Beaf
      Split Pea Soup
      Vegetable Roast
      Nut Loaf
      Cheese Fondue
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      Rooms for Son and Daughter
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      Relaxation
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 27, Issue #10: December 1913
Page Count: 54
Cover Artist: A.R. Thayer
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      My Christmas in 1775
           from the Diary of Mistress Prudence Wentworth of Salem
    • STORY:
      Restitution, part 3
           by Helen Peck
    • Table cover in Eskimo Embroidery
           by Belle Robinson
    • Crocheted Things Any Girl Will Like
           by Mary E. Fitch
    • English Smocking- How to Do It
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Dainty Cashmere Things for Baby
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Last Minute Gifts
           by Lilian E. Davis
    • Household Embroideries
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • Embroidered Crepe Waist
    • Cuff in Filet Crochet
           by Jessie C. Lane
    • Venetian Crochet Collar
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Ribbon Flower Pins
           by Mrs. T.E. Spear
    • Chrissy Cross Stitch
           by Charlotte B. Jordan
    • (3)Christmas Caps(crochet)
           by Mrs. L.B. Edwards
    • 14 Christmas Gifts for $1.00
           by Rose Seelye-Miller
    • Etched Leather
           by Fanny V. Cross
    • Neck Bows for Christmas
           by Helen I. Castella
    • Small Stenciled Gifts
           by Millie E. Starbuck
    • Kimono Nightgown
    • A Dog's Sweater(knit)
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Embroideries of the Bulgarian Type
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Holiday Games
           by Margaret P. Boyle
      A "Wood-Be" Christmas Frolic
           by Sadette Harrington
  • FASHION
    • Embroideries for Priscilla Fashions
    • Indoor Gowns for Winter
    • Simplicity the Keynote
    • Suitable for Embroidery
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Child's Box-Plaited Dress
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Informal Entertaining
           by Helen R. Davis
    • Home Made Dainties for Christmas(recipes):
      Oyster Cocktails
      Black Bean Soup
      Custard and Spinach Blocks
      Chestnut Dressing
      Giblet Sauce
      Cranberry Jelly
      Escalloped Turnips
      Sweet Potato Croquettes
      Tomato Jelly Salad
      Poor Man's Plum Pudding
           by Marion Sotheron
    • Use of Winter Vegetables
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • Cotton Wedding Anniversary
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Christmas Boxes and Candies(recipes):
      Nut Brittle
      Mexican Penuche
      Maryland Fudge
      Honey Chestnuts
      Cream Candy
      Walnut Cream
           by Millie E. Starbuck(boxes),
      Jeannette Norton(candies)
    • Palatable Pork Recipes:
      Roast Ham
      Crown Roast of Pork
      Ham with Tomato Sauce
      Ham Rechauffe(2)
      Broiled Cutlets
      Salt Pork and Milk Gravy
      Baked Ham, German Style
      Bacon and Cheese Toast
      Spiced Ham
      Pork Stew
      Pork Soup or Jelly
           by Margherita O. Osborne
    • Winter Vegetables(recipes):
      Vegetable Soup
      Lima Beans
      Curried Vegetables
      Scalloped Macaroni with Onions
      Turnips, New York Style
      Macedoine of Vegetables
      Corn Chowder
      Squash Biscuits
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      Kitchen and Pantry
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      Is Your Hair Healthy?
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Mother's Rainy Day Helper
           by Grace W. Ripley
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Volume 28, 1914: 12 Monthly Issues

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 27, Issue #11: January 1914
Page Count: 46
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      Restitution, Part 4
           by Helen Peck
    • Coronation Cord Crochet
           by Emma McFarland, Lula M. Harvey, Mrs. Wilbur
    • Five Charming Cushions
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Monograms for Household Embroidery
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Knitting and Crochet for Winter Weather:
      Knit Balkan Sweater coat
      Crochet Balkan Kimono
      Crochet Afghan in Greek and Old Rose
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • New Household Embroideries
    • White Embroidered Collars
           by Eliza A. Taylor
    • Some Applications of Cross-stitch
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Embroidered Linens for the Guest Room
           by Martha Genung Stearns
    • Embroideries for the Library
    • Dainty Things for Baby
    • French Knot Embroideries
    • Butterfly Designs for China
           by N.M. Pairpoint
    • Knitted Centrepiece, Doilies
           by S. Adelbert Wood
    • Embroideries for Priscilla Fashions
    • Hardanger Embroidery
           by Elma Iona Locke
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Progressive Age Party
           by Celia Martel
      Holiday Fete
           by Mary Theresa Scudder
  • FASHION
    • For New year Functions
    • Smart and Practical
    • Comfortable Garments for Everyday
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Young Girl's Dress
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Why We Should Use Cheese
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • Selecting the Table Linen
           by Katherine Curtis
    • The Everyday Beverage
           by Helen Mar Thomson
    • Fighting the Demon of Dust
           by Addie Farrar
    • Cheese Cookery(recipes):
      Walnut Deceits
      Tomato Rarebit
      Wellington Cheese Croquettes
      Cheese Fritters
      Baked Rarebit
      Cheese Souffle
      Stuffed Figs
      Cheese Sandwiches
      Egg Cheese Toast
      Macaroni Italian Style
      Rice Croquettes, Cheese Sauce
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      The Hearth
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      Care of Eyes and Brows
           by Clara M. Dixon
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Mother's Rainy Day Helper
           by Grace W. Ripley
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 27, Issue #12: February 1914
Page Count: 62
Cover Artist: Sally Cross
Notes: This cover actually shows a lady teaching her granddaughter how to tat!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      Restitution, part 5
           by Helen Peck
    • An Unusual Lace Collar(crochet)
           by Anna Wuerfel Brown
    • Relief and Punched Work
           by Lillian E. Davis
    • Beautiful Set of Bedroom Linens
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • New Filet Crochet
           by Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Billy Monday- Lace Maker(crochet)
           by Clara Wells
    • Eskimo Embroideries for the Living Room
    • Basketry and Beads
           by Charlotte B. Jordan
    • Baby Garments
           by Mrs. M.L. Williams
    • Ostrich Wool Crochet for Children
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Dining-Room Linens
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Frills and Fancies in Neckwear
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Three Dresser Covers
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Scarf With Venetian Crochet
           by Florence R. Weisskopf
    • (2)Bead Pendants
           by Mrs. T.E. Spear
    • Embroidered Dresser Sets
           by Helen Bailey, Virginia Sheppard
    • Cluny Lace Collar
           by ellen Lawrence
    • Doilies with Tatting
           by Mrs. R.E. Sword
    • Lingerie with Irish Crochet Inserts
           by Eliza A. Taylor
    • Simple Designs for Painted China
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Suggestions for Valentines
           by Millie E. Starbuck
    • Crochet and Braid Luncheon Set
           by Marion Luther Medley
    • Tatting for Neckwear
           by Mrs. L.A. Frazier
    • Set of Embroidered Lingerie
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Embroidered Net Guimpes
           by Harriet Webb
    • Painted Wooden Fruit Bowl
           by Ida A. Woodies
    • Finger Purse in Macrame
           by Frieda Wilinshi
    • Stenciling Combined with Embroidery
           by Millie E. Starbuck
    • Metal On-Lay Decoration
           by Nellie M. Pairpoint
    • Peasant Embroidery
           by Lily Magens-Bunting
    • Embroidered Towels
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Applique Embroidery
           by Alice Waddington
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Fun for the 22nd
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Looking Forward to Spring
    • Late Winter Fashions
    • More Tunics and Draperies
    • New Waists and Jackets
    • Fascinating Dress Accessories
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • The Prize Samplers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 28, Issue #1: March 1914
Page Count: 70
Cover Artist: Frank Guild
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      Restitution, Conclusion
           by Helen Peck
    • Embroidery Stitches
           by Mrs. Archibald H. Christie
    • Collar in Tatted Applique
           by Mrs. M.E. French
    • Pompadour Rose Embroidery
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Crepe Paper Gifts for Easter
           by Edith Kingsland
    • Chemisettes and Embroidered Blouses
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Cross-stitch for Babies
           by Carol Cox
    • Embroidered Net Neckwear
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Easter Gifts
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Palm Beach, Monkey-face, or Edelweiss Crochet
           by Emma McFarland, Mrs. G. Julian Pratt, Bell Ulp
    • Gown with Irish Crochet
           by Beatrice Brooks
    • Embroidered Towels and Letters for Marking
    • Embroidered Lingerie
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • Colored Centrepieces
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Crocheted Shopping Bag
           by Mrs. I. Danvers
    • Baby's Afghan in Rake Knitting
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Coat Collars in Silk Crochet
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Bedspread with Filet
           by Leona Herring Stanbury
    • Odd Pieces of Decorated China
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Smart Little Frock
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Smart Crocheted Accessories
           by Carrie Benthall
    • Bedroom Embroideries
           by the Art Department
    • Embroideries for Little People
           by Alethea Warren
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      St. Patrick's Day Jollification
           by Margaret P. Boyle
      Table Decorations
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Spring Fashion
    • Spring Fancies in Evening Clothes
    • Good Taste in Juvenile Fashions
    • Stylish House Gowns
    • Useful and Attractive Models
    • New Spring Lingerie
    • For Mother and Child
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Smart Coatee and Tunic Skirt
           by Cathleen Cameron
    • The Corset the Cause of It All
           by Lucille Edwards
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Celebrating the Wooden Wedding
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • The Cooperative Store
           by Grattan McCafferty
    • The Milk Problem
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • Out of the Can
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Canned Goods Cautions
           by Laura Crozer
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • The Sunday Dinner Problem(recipes)
      Cherry Puffs
      Pudding Sauce
           by Janette Parsons Baird
    • The Home Vegetable Garden
           by Ida D. Bennett
    • Lenten Dishes(recipes):
      Egleston Eggs
      Bermuda Omelet
      Onion Sauce
      Luncheon Cheese
      Pecan Nut Loaf
      Boiled Cod, Venetian Sauce
      Salmon Souffle, Spanish Sauce
      Cadillac Codfish
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      Vases and Lamps
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Health and Beauty:
      Proper Breathing
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mather
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Mother's Rainy Day Helper
           by Grace W. Ripley
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 28, Issue #2: April 1914
Page Count: 58
Cover Artist: Robert Logan
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      The Road, part 1
           by Richard Alden
    • Embroidery Stitches
           by Mrs. Archibald H. Christie
    • Embroidered Net Hat
           by Lillian E. Davis
    • Newest Punch Work
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Six Delightful Little Bonnets
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Party Things in Irish Crochet
           by Lula M. Harvey, Mrs. Murray,Esther Hewlett, Anna Wurfel Brown, Mrs. H.L. Miller, Mrs. W.W. Royal
    • (4)Bead Pendants
           by Mrs. T.E. Snow
    • New Work in Basketry
           by Florence B. Cushing
    • Revival of Spanish Cut Work
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Suggestions for Travelers
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • New Crocheted Accessories
           by Minnie N. Brainard, Ruth Zollars, Mary E. Fitch
    • One-Piece School Frock
           by Lilly Magens-Bunting
    • Cretonne Mats with Crocheted Edge
           by Louise Kilgour
    • Crocheted Buttons
           by Lula M. Harvey
    • Embroidered Luncheon Linens
    • Child's Collar and Dress
           by Mrs. M.L. Williams
    • Tatting for Centrepiece
           by M.M.M.
    • Waists Embroidered in Color
           by Mabel H. Rand
    • Collars and Cuffs in Colored Embroidery
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • Suggestions for Dainty Baby Embroideries
    • Morning Glories and Lace Bedroom Embroideries
           by Marion Stevens
    • Oval Centrepiece in Gretchen Embroidery
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Easter Menagerie Party
           by Mary Theresa Scudder
      Butterfly Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Gown for the Easter Bride
    • Three Charming Gowns for Graduates
    • Peplum a Feature of Spring Gowns
    • Separate Waists are Still in Favor
    • Straight Linens Becoming to Juniors
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      The Newest Undergarments
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Suggestions for Easter Entertaining
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Perseverence of a Farmer's Daughter
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • What is Glucose?:
      Molded Desserts for Hot Weather(recipe)
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Cooking for Invalids(recipes)
      Flour Gruel
      Toast Water
      Oatmeal Gruel
      Cracker Gruel
      Milk Punch
      Egg Nog
      Beef Tea
      Mutton Broth
      Flaxseed Tea
      Eggs
      Toast
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Inexpensive Breakfasts
           by Mrs. R.H. Gost
    • Spring Plans for the Flower Garden
           by Myrta Margaret Higgins
    • New Desserts(recipes):
      Petersham Peach Pudding
      Coffee Sponge
      Chocolate Pudding
      Mint Marshmallow Sauce
      Rhubarb Tapioca
      Jordan Pudding
      Fig Custard
      French Macaroon Cream
      Huntington PUdding
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Home Beautiful:
      Furnishing a Veranda Living Room
           by Dorothy Verrill
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 28, Issue #3: May 1914
Page Count: 58
Cover Artist: Geo W. Colby
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      The Road, part 2
           by Richard Alden
    • STORY:
      The Darkest Pages of My Diary, part 3
           by Prudence Wentworth of Salem
    • Embroidery Stitches
           by Mrs. Archibald H. Christie
    • Counterpane in Filet and Relief Crochet
           by Mrs. A.O.L. Wertman
    • Colonial Knot Stitch Embroidery
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Burlap Embroideries
           by Mabel H. Rand
    • Set of Bridal Lingerie
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Season's Net Lingerie
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Hedebo Embroidery
           by Sonia Danfeldt
    • Raffia Hat Making
           by Henrietta C. Walker
    • Stenciled Pillows
           by Lillian E. Davis
    • Darned Towels
           by Helen Durward
    • Painting on Glass
           by Beatrice Brooks
    • Crochet for Household Linens
           by Martha Mathes, Mrs. T.D. Perrottet
    • Bib and Cap in Filet
           by Virginia Shappard
    • Crocheted Lace for Round Cloth
           by Bessie Jett Rea
    • Tatting Combined with Braid
           by Gwen Keys
    • Embroidered Collars
           by Harriet Webb
    • Knitted Kimono Sweater
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Dining Room Linens
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Embroidered Lingerie Ready to Wear
    • Child's Embroidered Collar, Cuffs
    • Stenciled Household Linens
           by Bessie Jeannette Howard
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Japanese Fan Party
           by Mrs. J.J. O'C
      Spring Bonnet Contest
           by L.A.T.
      Novel Decorations
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Three Smart Models for Afternoon Wear
    • Comfort and Good Lines in Practical Garments
    • Forecast of Summer Styles for the Younger Set
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Soft and Summery
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • May Day Breakfast or Luncheon(recipes):
      Halibut Canape
      French Fries
      Fruit Salad
      Jelly Whip
      Dropped Jumbles
           by Mary H. Northend
    • Restaurant Keeping in Public Schools
           by Fred Harvey
    • Broader Housekeeping
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Making the Best of your Home
           by Margaret Rutherford
    • Dinner Pail Cookery
           by Mary Winslow Bates
    • Ye Bungalow
           by E. Lundborg
    • Putting Away Winter Clothes
           by Anne Guilbert Mahon
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Casserole(recipes):
      Potatoes en Casserole
      Lima Beans en Casserole
      Vegetables en Casserole
      Howard Steak en Casserole
      Ham en Casserole
      Pork Chops en Casserole
      Tomato Celery Relish
      Lamb en Casserole
      Veal en Casserole
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 28, Issue #4: June 1914
Page Count: 50
Cover Artist: Florence England Nosworthy
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      The Road, conclusion
           by Richard Alden
    • Embroidery Stitches
           by Mrs. Archibald H. Christie
    • Italian Cut Work Simplified
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Lingerie Collars
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Frocks for Little People
           by Mrs. M.L. Williams
    • Household Embroideries
           by Lois T. Rice, Mabel H. Rand
    • Dining Room Linens
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Crocheted Yokes and Coat Sets
           by Mrs. T.D. Perrottet, Emma McFarland, Georgette Batt,Mrs. W.B. Cunningham
    • Blouses and Under Waists
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Cross-stitch and Tatting for the Bedroom
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Hemstitched Napkins and Squares
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Towel in Oriental Drawn Work
           by Louie Kilgour
    • Waist with Bohemian Outlining and Irish Crochet
           by Beatrice Brooks
    • New Lingerie Ready to Wear When Embroidered
    • Embroidered Parasols
           by Marie Walker
    • Tea Cloth with Filet Crochet
           by Mrs. A.I. Issott
    • For the Baby
           by Lois T. Rice
    • New Summer Bags
           by Mabel H. Rand, Mrs. C.P. Lillierap
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Flower Party
           by Margaret P. Boyle
      Resemblance Social
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • For First Summer Days
    • Practical Garments for Morning
    • Summer Styles for Young People
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Gingham for Girls
           by Cathleen Cameron
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • For Friday's Dinner
      Salt Cod and Parsnips
      Lobster Cutlets
      Collared Salmon
      Fish Cutlets
      Rechauffe of Fish
      Salmon Rounds
           by Mary H. Northend
    • The Graduate's Luncheon
           by Carrie D. McComber
    • Food Values
           by Helen Louise Johnson
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Utilizing Left-overs
           by Marian C. Keller
    • Making the Best of Your Home
           by Margaret Rutherford
    • "My Favorite Recipe" Frozen Desserts:
      Glenridge Sherbet(Mary W. Cowling)
      Strawberry Ice(Mrs. C.C. French)
      Nut and Raisin Ice Cream(Mrs. C.A. Funkhouser)
      Frozen Marshmallows(Mrs. Harry R. Wright)
      Lemon Cream(Mrs. George H. Holeman)
      Biscuit Tortoni(Mrs. J.H. Hull)
      Frozen Punch(Mrs. John N. King)
      Fruit Sorbet(Hannah M. Johnson)
      Bisque Glace(Mrs. William Martin)
    • STORY:
      The Darkest Pages of My Diary
           by Mistress Prudence Wentworth, of Salem
    • Fruit in the Diet(recipes):
      Molded Apple Pudding
      Date Tapioca
      Prune Ice Cream
      Fig Custard
      Fruit Salad
      Strawberry Shortcake
      Strawberry Ice Cream
      Preserved Strawberries
      Lenox Strawberries
      Lenox Mixture
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 28, Issue #5: July 1914
Page Count: 34
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • STORY:
      Our Nation's First Birthday
           by Prudence Wentworth of Salem
    • Luncheon Linens in White Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Edgings and Insertions in Knit and Crochet:
           by Lula M. Harvey, Mrs. J. Lenmartz, Lilian Barton Wilson, Beatrice Brooks, Mary J. Potter, Mrs. J. Lenmartz, Mrs. J.W. Wilson
    • Luncheon Sets in Embroidery, Tatting, Crochet
      Tatting(Gwen Keys)
      Crochet(Mary E. Fitch
      French Knots, Lazy Daisy(Helen Bailey)
    • Adaptations from Italian Cutwork
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Designs for Seersucker Lingerie
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Embroideries for Children
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Attractive LUncheon Set
           by Madeline Mudge
    • Diana Floral Beads Made From Bread Crumbs
           by Ida Ekbergh
    • Reed Desk Lamps Easy to Make
           by Margaret Rice
    • Simple Embroidered Blouses
           by Helen Bailey
    • Trimming and Neckwear in Padded Tatting
           by Jessie M. De Witt
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      White Elephant Birthday Party
           by elizabeth Day
      Other Nations' Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Infant's Long Clothes
    • Summer Sewing for Little Girls
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Novelties in Collars
           by Virginia Sheppard
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • What to Put in the Picnic Basket
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Transforming an Old Farmhouse
           by Margaret Rutherford
    • Shall the Conscientious Housekeeper Use Tinned Meats?
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • Blackberries for Winter
      Canned Blackberries
      Blackberry Preserves
      Spiced Blackberries
      Blackberry Jelly
      Blackberry and Apple Jelly
      Blackberry Jam
      Blackberry Marmalade
      Blackberry Paste
      Pickled Blackberries
      Blackberry Catchup
      Blackberry Cordial
      Blackberry Vinegar
           by Elma Iona Locke
    • Frozen Desserts(My Favorite Recipe):
      Maple Mousse(Mrs. J. Allen)
      Frozen Pear(Marguerite Colton)
      Cherry Sherbet(Ernestine Ohl)
      Grape Sherbet(J.O.T.)
      Plain Vanilla Ice Cream(Miss Genora Phillips)
      Pineapple Ice Cream(Mrs. Fred E. Philson)
      Peach Ice Cream(Mrs. Ida P. Fry)
      Lemon Sherbet(Mrs. Elizabeth Frazer)
      Chocolate Fruit Pudding(Mrs. John Dixon)
      Newport Date Cream(Miss M.G. Yeckley)
    • Preserving Time(recipes):
      Preserved Strawberries
      Piquant Currants
      Blackberry Jam
      Currant and Raspberry Jelly
      Gooseberry Relish
      Spiced Rhubarb
      Rose Geranium Jelly
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 28, Issue #6: August 1914
Page Count: 34
Cover Artist: Katharine R. Wireman
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • STORY:
      A Summer Saturday's Sauntering
           by Elizabeth Bruce
    • Embroideries for a Man's Room
           by Helen Bailey
    • Popular Tatted Neckwear
           by Sallie Blue, Eunice M. Bronson, Lena M. Brook, Emma R. Brookner Petre
    • Muslin and Pique Neckwear
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Crocheted Necessities for Bathroom
           by Belle Robinson, Augusta Yates, Mrs. E.E. Richard, Mrs. E.M. Lucas
    • Covers for Old Fashioned Bureau
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Crocheted Garments for Babies
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Embroidered Curtains
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Embroideries for Girls' Room
           by Martha Genung Stearns
    • Romper-Baby Stencil
           by Harriet Joor
    • (5)Crochet Bags for Summer
           by Augusta Yates, Lillie Parks, Clara M. Evald, Mrs. W.F. Mitchell
    • Dining-Room Embroideries
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Embroidered Blouses
           by Helen Bailey, Lois T. Rice
    • Lace Collar and Jabot
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Embroidered Towels
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      The Clover Fete
           by Mrs. J.T.H.
      A Tour of the Town
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Hot Weather Lingerie
    • Boys' Crocheted Sport Hat
           by Elsa Barsaloux
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Electric Cooking
           by Anne Emerson
    • When Jelly Jells
           by Harriet Henderson
    • Her Christmas Sweets
           by Florence Scott Bernard
    • Molded Desserts(My Favorite Recipe):
      Tutti Frutti Jelly(Mrs. W.E. Zoutlein)
      Ginger Cream(Mrs. Ella M. Briggs)
      Lemon Cream(Miss C.A. Bollman)
      Pineapple Tapioca(Mrs. A.S. Fox)
      New Snow Pudding(Mrs. Julia Hedrick Hicks)
    • Hot Weather Dishes(recipes):
      Quick Nut Bread
      Cantaloup Supreme
      Jellied Vegetable Ring
      Horseradish Cream Dressing
      Tyrolienne Halibut
      Salmon Souffle
      Spanish Sauce
      Baked Eggs with Pimento Potatoes
      Watermelon Cubes, Sherry Dressing
      Lemon Cream Sherbet
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Aunt Priscilla's Letter
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 28, Issue #7: September 1914
Page Count: 54
Cover Artist: Illegible
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      An Open Letter to Priscilla
           by Elizabeth Clarke Hardy
    • STORY:
      When I Wore A Uniform, part 5
           by Mistress Purdence Wentworth of Salem
    • Things We Can Make For Men:
      Knitted Auto Helmet
      Crocheted Gold Hat
      Knitted Golf Coat with Silk Sleeves
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Pompadour Rose Embroideries
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Needlepoint Venetian Lace(Gros Venise)
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Dining Room Linens in Hedebo and English Eyelet Work
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Filet Crochet Inserts for Pillows
           by Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Fanciful Aprons
           by Florence R. Weisskopf
    • Torpedo Cord Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Four Methods of Working One Centrepiece(embroidery)
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Towel with Embroidered Crochet
           by Mrs.W. Schotte
    • New One-piece Corset Cover
           by Harriet Webb
    • Crocheted Turban
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Braiding for Children's Clothes
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Crocheted Lace for Bedroom Linens
           by Eleanor R. Bartlett
    • Embroidered Chemises
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Living Room Embroideries
           by Alice Manning
    • Coat Set in Venetian Crochet
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Knitted Grape Leaf Doily
           by Eleanora F. Gerhart
    • Possibilities of a Tatted Motif
           by Gertrude H. Terrell
    • Some Unusual Beads:
      Beans, Peas, Allspice
           by Charlotte B. Jordan
    • Cut Work Luncheon Set
    • White Embroideries for the Dining Room
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      A Cake Talk
      A Forestry Study
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Practical Patterns
    • With Flare and Tunic
    • New Models for Juniors
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • English Sunday Night Supper
           by A. Maria Crawford
    • Rural School Consolidation
           by E. Leslie Gilliams
    • Canned Soups and Vegetables
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • The Silver Wedding
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • My Favorite Recipe(molded Desserts):
      Lemon Sponge(Mrs. H.L. Moore)
      Delight pudding(Mrs. Daye Remington)
      Jerusalem Pudding(Mrs. F.S. Burgess)
      Marshmallow Cream(Mrs. F.G. Clark)
      Raspberry Jelly(Mrs. A. Baker)
      Grape Tapioca Pudding(Mrs. Jesse A. Fry)
      Maple Bavarian Cream(Mrs. B.H. Neal)
      Jellied Apples(Mrs. W.A. Grayless)
    • Preserving Time(recipes):
      Green Sliced Cucumber Pickles
      Mustard Pickles
      Chili Sauce
      Gherkins
      Auntie's Pickles
      Ripe Tomato Pickles
      Chow-Chow
      Tomato Preserve
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Mother's Rainy Day Helper
           by Grace W. Ripley
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 28, Issue #8: October 1914
Page Count: 70
Cover Artist: E.F. BettsBaine?(difficult to read off cover)
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor(Advice/Inspiration)
           by Thomas Dreier
    • STORY:
      The Wife of the Little Official
           by Katherine Graves Busbey
    • Earning a Living By Crocheting Lace
           by Nancy Burton
    • Breakfast Cloth in Mosaic Cross-stitch
           by F. Beulah Kellogg
    • Towels
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Filet Crochet Border for Tea Cloth
           by Emma McFarland
    • Suggestions for Christmas Gifts
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • An Auto Coat and Bonnet(crochet)
           by Beatrice Brooks
    • Five Collars and A Waist
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Irish Crochet Neckwear
           by Nettie H. Gregory, Mrs. L.C. Bigelow
    • Gifts for the Auto-Girl
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Crocheted Gifts for Men:
      Neck Tie, Scarf
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Child's Knitted Bonnet, Jacket
           by Mrs. Robert C. Inslee
    • For the Baby
           by Edmonia B. Johnson, Gertrude Walbrun
    • Popular Organdy Neckwear
           by Helen Bailey, Harriet Webb
    • Bedroom Set in Pompadour Embroidery
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Tatting For Table Linens
           by May Rice
    • Two Beautifully Embroidered Blouses
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Possiblities of a Luncheon Set
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Decorated Crocks and Baking Dishes
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Knitted Lace for a Doily
           by Mrs. Elizabeth Heald
    • Cut-Work Embroidery for the Living Room:
      Wild Rose and Vine
    • Embroidered Underwear
           by Alice M. Rea
    • Colored Embroideries
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Things Which Juniors can Make for Fairs
    • Coronation Rose Embroidery
           by Mabel Howard Rand
    • Frolics for Hallowe'en:
      Hallowe'en Magic
           by Ruth Gregory
      A Halloween Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • The Popular Tunic Dress
    • Youthful Designs for Young Figures
    • Two Morning Dresses and an Apron
    • Separate Waists and Skirts
    • Frocks and Suits for Little Girls, Boys
    • School Frocks for Little Girls
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      Making Over Last Season's Frock
           by Isabelle Martin
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Bringing Down the Bills
           by Christine Terhune Herrick
    • Children's Food
           by Mabel Perrin Titus
    • Hallowe'en in the Gingerbread World(recipes):
      Lantern Cakes
      Pumpkin Faces
      Witch Cakes
      Goblin Head
      Prophecies
      Good Luck apple
      Black Cats
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • The Breakfast Cereal
      Apple-Raspberry Sauce
      Barley with Cream
      Apricots and Flakes
      Milk Porridge
      Prepared Cereal with Custard
      Cracked or Prepared Wheat
      Poached Eggs and Cereal
      Rye Mush
      Flakes and Maple Milk
      Rice Porridge
      Raisin Oats
           by Marion Stilwell
    • Food Value of Condensed Milk
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • Hallowe'en Hats and Candleshades
           by Carrie D. McComber
    • Near-Meats for the Near-Rich
      Near-Chicken Pot-Pie
      Near-Terrapin
      Near-Spring Chicken
      Near-Ham and Eggs
      Near-Duck
      Near-Fish Balls
      Near-Veal Loaf
      Near-Baked Heart
      Near-Salmon Float
      Near-Escalloped Oysters
      Near-Quail
      Near-Turkey
      Near-Possum
           by Clara E. Wells
    • Christmas Gifts That Grow
           by Warren Mason
    • Delectable Oyster(recipes):
      Fried Oysters
      Southern Cole Slaw
      Norfolk Oysters
      Huntington Croquettes
      Oyster Stuffing
      Oyster Ragout
      Oyster Cocktails
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 28, Issue #9: November 1914
Page Count: 62
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Christmas Reminders
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • STORY:
      The Wife of the Little Official, part 2
           by Katherine Graves Busbey
    • Embroidery Stitches
           by Mrs. Archibald Christie
    • Five Dainty Aprons
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Luncheon Linens in Colored Embroidery
           by Madeline Mudge
    • Smart New Neckwear
           by Mrs. Wilson
    • Dressing Table Furnishings in China and Embroidery
           by Mary turner Barrows, Sally Pearson MOses
    • Ten Reed Basekts for $1.00
           by Charlotte Brewster Jordan
    • Knitted Baby Things, Embroidered in Rambler Rose Designs
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Simple Crochet Combined with Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • HOme-Made Gifts in Cut Leather
           by Bessie Jeanette Howard
    • Towels in Crochet, Embroidery
           by Emma Boardman, L. Gertrude Day, Helen Bailey, Mrs. I.C.T.
    • Seed and Bead Necklaces
           by Mrs. R.C. Hall, Elsa P. Masterman
    • Gifts for Wee Babyes
           by Mildred H. Inslee
    • Baby Cap in Tatting, Maltese Crochet
           by Gwen Keys
    • Filet Crochet Coat Set
           by Louie Kilgour
    • Crochet Silk Purses
           by Elsa Barsaloux, Eloise K. Newlands, Lucia Noble
    • Copenhagen Rose Embroidery
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Gifts in Wool:
      Crochet Shawl,
      Knitted Armlets,
      Invalid's Sock
           by Sarah T. Converse, Beatrice Brooks
    • Napkins and Cases(embroidery)
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Things to Make for Children(embroidered)
           by Lillian E. Davis
    • Crocheted Scarf and Bag
           by Belle Robinson
    • Christmas Embroideries
           by Harriet Webb
    • Coat Set and Party Bag
           by Louise Thomas
    • Beaded Tatted Necklace
           by Mrs. Milton French
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Vacation Party
      Kitchen Harvest Home
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Negligee Garments
    • For the Young Schoolgirl
    • For Embroidered Serge or Linen
           by Ethel Rose
    • The Home Dressmaker:
      New Skirt from an Old One
           by Isabelle Martin
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • The Feast of Thanks:
      Cocktail Sauce
      Cream of Mushroom Soup
      Cider Frappe
      Cheese Straws
      Plymouth Indian Pudding
           by Helen Labagh Johnson
    • STORY:
      That Most Wonderful Thanksgiving Day
           by Mistress Prudence Wentworth, of Salem
    • Eating for Health and Efficiency
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • Turkey and Cranberries
           by Marion Stilwell
    • Pies, Puddings for Thanksgiving(recipes):
      Family Paste
      Mince Pie Meat
      Cranberry Pie
      Plum Pudding
      Yankee Sauce
      Squash Pudding
      Raisin Puff
           by Fannie Merrit Farmer
    • Cereal Candies:
      Fondant,
      Snowball Creams
      Date Dreams
      Cream of Wheat Dainties
      Puffed Rice Buns
      Toasted Corn Flake Kisses
      Shredded Wheat Porcupines
           by Natalie Emmons Gray
    • Electrical Appliances for Gifts
    • "My Favorite Recipe"(Mince Meat):
      Mince-Meat with Nuts(Mrs. Harry Atwood)
      For a Family of Two(Miss E. Parker)
      Pineapple an Unusual Ingredient(Mrs. Wm. Gieck)
      Flavored with Coffee(Marie E. LeBron)
      Used for Five Generations(Mrs. J. M. Seelve)
      Grape Juice a Substitute for Cider(Mrs. H.J. Sandborn)
      Rhis Recipe Calls for Molasses(Mrs. S.S. Moote)
      Made with Prepared Mince-Meat(Mrs. C.E. Wickers)
    • Good Bread
           by Harry Snyder
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 28, Issue #10: December 1914
Page Count: 50
Cover Artist: McMein
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Embroidery Stitches
           by Mrs. Archibald H. Christie
    • STORY:
      The Wife of the Little Official
           by Katherine Jeannette Howard
    • Tea Cloth with Filet Crochet
           by Mrs. H.D. Graft
    • Crochet for the Baby
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Outline Embroideries in Color
           by Helen Bailey, Lois T. Rice
    • Last Minute Gifts
           by Beatrice Brooks
    • Italian Cut Work
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Stenciled Christmas Gifts
           by Bessie Jeannette Howard
    • Outdoor Applique Designs
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Crocheting for Christmas
           by Hattie M. Loring, Mrs. G.W. Parker, Mrs. Bernstein,, Edna H. Wilkins, Bess Bates, Lelia Solman
    • Two Embroidered Tea Aprons
           by Priscilla Art. Dept.
    • Home-Made Sachets
           by Addie M. Farrar
    • Gifts of Silk Crochet
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Gift Towels(embroidered)
           by Emma L. Boardman
    • Gifts for the Card Player
           by E. Marion Stevens
    • Made from a Yard of Linen
           by Etheylin J. Morris
    • Cross-stitch Blocks for Doilies and Table Covers
    • Embroidered Scarf and Cap
           by Louise Thomas
    • Hand-Painted Steins
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Home-Made Dolls:
      Lady Snow and Mammy charcoal
           by Natalie Emmons Gray
    • Christmas Cards
           by Gertrude S. Twichell
    • Calendars and Book Marks
           by Elizabeth Roberts
    • New Notes in Colored Embroideries
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Christmas Millinery Opening
      A Christmas party
           by Margaret P. Boyle
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Early Winter Models
    • For the Little Son and Daughter
    • Simple Frocks for Home Wear
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Buying the Home Equipment
           by Claudia Q. Murphy
    • Christmas Giving
           by Carrie D. McComber
    • Gifts to Be Eaten
           by Elizabeth Atwood
    • Cheaper cuts of Beef
           by Nellie B. Maltby
    • New Wrinkles in Candy Making
      Using Fondant
      Fruit Juice in Candy
      Almond Taffy
      Brown Betties
      Cream Caramels
      Maple Taffy
           by May Belle Brooks
    • Nutritious Soups(recipes):
      Appledore Soup
      Parsnip Chowder
      Dinner Soup
      Split Pea Soup
      Berkshire Bisque
      Cream of Lime Bean Soup
      Potage Longchamps
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Dorothy's Christmas Shopping
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Volume 29, 1915: 12 Monthly Issues

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 28, Issue #11: January 1915
Page Count: 42
Cover Artist: TYNG
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Knitting For Red Cross
    • STORY:
      The Wife of the Little Official
           by Katherine Graves Busbey
    • Making Money At Home
           by Hilda Richmond
    • Crochet Afghan
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Handkerchiefs with Tatted Borders
           by Fannie M. Miller,
    • Brussels Applique Lace for Collars, Waists
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Hungarian Table Embroideries
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Initials for Bedroom Linens
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • Cross-stitch for Pillows
           by Sonja Danfeldt
    • New Uses for Filet Crochet Squares
           by Julia A. Greene
    • Hand-Painted Fruit Plates
           by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
    • Crocheted Jacket
           by Gwen Keys
    • Neckwear
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Bureau Scarf and Pincushion Set
           by Alice M. Rea, Lois T Rice
    • Embroidered Nightgowns, Skirt
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Gretchen's Wardrobe
           by Blanche E. Hyde
    • Knitted Automobile Scarf
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Dining-Room Embroideries
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      New Years Suggestions
      New Year's Table Fancies
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • The Long Tunic
    • Garments that are Practical for Every Day
    • For Big and Little Girls
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Meals Without Meat
           by Mabel Perrin Titus
    • Teaching History by Dramatization
           by Louise E. Tucker
    • Shall Housekeepers Use Package Goods?
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • Diet for the Sick
           by Audrey C. Bullock
    • Making House Plants Grow
           by A Practical Florist
    • Eggless Breakfast Dishes(recipes):
      Eggless Corn Muffin
      Savory Chipped Beef
      Corn Toast
      Gloucester Salt Codfish
      Broiled Dried Beef
      Breakfast Potatoes
      Fried Salt Pork, Country Style
      Raised Doughnuts
      Beef Cecils
      Pork Chops with Apple rings
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 28, Issue #12: February 1915
Page Count: 58
Cover Artist: "The Spinner", by Andre Antoine Crochepierre
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Needle Helps
    • STORY:
      The Wife of the Little Official
           by Katherine Graves Busbey
    • STORY:
      The Story of "Leonard"
    • A Nine Patch
           by Mary Elizabeth Gloeckner
    • Hedebo Centrepieces
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Monograms and Their Uses
    • Filet Crochet Tea Cloths and Sheet Border
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Reticella and Darned Filet in Household Linens
           by Carol Cox
    • New Household Embroideries in Color
           by Max Hagendon
    • French and Eyelet Table Linens
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Tatted Neckwear
           by Mrs. A.B. Baker, Della Jacobson, Mrs. E.C. Sherwin, Hattie L. Wright
    • Cut-Work Embroidery
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Shadow Eyelet Table Linens
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Filet Crochet Kimono
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Embroidered Collars
           by Ethel H. Hawkes
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      For the February Bride
           by Bess King
      A True Love Party
           by Margaret P. Boyle
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • For Evening Wear
    • Designed for Service
    • What the Youngsters are Wearing
    • For comfort and Convenience
    • Serviceable Models for Schoolgirls
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Centrepiece of Linen with Irish Crochet
           by Lula M. Harvey
    • Embroidered Lingerie
           by Louise Thomas
    • Bedroom Embroideries
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Crocheted Counterpaine
           by Mrs. A.O.L. Wertman
    • Doily with Tatted Latticework Border
           by Mrs. Milton French
    • Crocheted Edgings, Insertions and Handmade Fringe
           by Mrs. C.C. Park, Margaret L. Carter, Blanche Hollister, Earl J. Sanders
    • Embroideries for Children
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Netted Doilies
           by Mrs. J.D. Murphy, Mrs. G.H. Shultz
    • Gretchen's Wardrobe
           by Blanche E. Hyde
    • War Relief Work for Priscilla Readers
           by Red Cross Society
    • Filet Crochet Collar, Cuff Set
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Outline Embroideries for the Living Room
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Decorated Marmalade Jar
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Centrepiece with Filet Crochet Border:
           by Ada William
    • Knitted Bedspreads
           by Mrs. E.S. Richardson, Elma Iona Locke
    • Embroidered Tea Apron
           by Helen Bailey
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #1: March 1915
Page Count: 62
Cover Artist: EMW
Notes: Example of working bobbin lace on the cover!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Red Cross Relief Work
    • STORY:
      The Wife of the Little Official
           by Katherine Graves Busbey
    • Crocheted Auto Bonnet
           by Miss R.A. Walsh
    • Embroidered Collars, Chemisettes
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Crochet for Underwear
           by Emmeline Rearick, Mrs. Paul Crawford, Bess Bates
    • Chamber Linens
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Underwear Which is Different
    • Crocheted Bags
           by Augusta Yates, Mrs. W.F. Gloeckner
    • Embroidery for the Wee Baby
           by Jennie B. Day
    • Dining Room Embroideries
           by Ethelyn J. Morris, Marie Walker
    • Simple Craft Jewelry
           by DeWitt C. Van Note
    • Tailor Tacks in Proccess of Making
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Applique Embroideries for the Bedroom
           by Lillian E. Davis
    • Boudoir Cap, Negligee
    • Floral Buttons(made from Bread Crumbs)
           by Ida D. Ekbergh
    • Pique Embroideries for Children
           by Jennie B. Day
    • Crocheted Dress Yoke, Trimmings
           by Esther P. Hewlett
    • Embroidered Blouse
           by Helen Bailey
    • Crocheted Breakfast Mats
    • Decorated Bread and Milk Set
           by Nellie M. Pairpoint
    • Crocheted Collar, Cuff Set
    • Embroidered Handkerchiefs
    • Embroidered Parasols, Bags
           by E. Marion Stevens
    • You and I and Our Clothes
           by Isabelle Marten
    • Colored Embroidery for the Living Room
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Hunt the Supper
           by R.D.
      Kewpie Party
           by A Beta Alpha
      St. Patrick's Day Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • With Shorter and Fuller Skirts
    • Short Coats that Flare
    • For Morning and Evening
    • The Season's Blouses
    • Aprons for Busy People
    • For the Juniors
    • Forerunners of Warm Days
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Tabloid and Powdered Foods
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • Health Hints for Women Workers
           by Dr. Henry J. Gildersleeve
    • Making the Most of Your Home
           by Margaret Rutherford
    • Puddings with Variations
           by Mary Currier Rolofson
    • A Real Dainty Dish
           by Aldis Dunbar
    • Evening Refreshments(recipes):
      Strawberry Nectar
      Peach Sherbet
      Small Tea Cakes
      Orange Ice
      Vanilla Wafers
      Swedish Tea Rolls
      Honey Sandwiches
      Cottage Cheese Sandwiches
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • Making a Model Home Garden
           by Clarence Sturgis
    • One Solution of the Domestic Problem
           by Christine Terhune Herrick
    • How Much Fuel Gas Do You Waste?
           by Claudia Q. Murphy
    • The Business End of Craftswork:
           by Nellie M. Pairpoint
    • Maple Recipes:
      Maple Sugar Cookies
      Maple Delight
      Maple Syrup Cup Custards
      Cream Puffs with maple Filling
      Maple Pudding Sauce
      Maple Tapioca
      Maple Turnovers
      Maple Cream Filling for Cake
      Maple Creams
      Maple Nut Filling or Frosting
      Delicious Maple Fudge
           by Elizabeth Irving
    • Meat Substitutes for Lenten(recipes):
      Split Pea and tomato Soup
      Nut and Potato Croquettes
      Luncheon Rarebit
      Cheese Toast
      Baked Eggs
      Potato and Egg Salad
      Cream Dressing
      Lima Beans in Casserole
      Scalloped Macaroni with Onions
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Gretchen's Wardrobe
           by Blanche E. Hyde
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #2: April 1915
Page Count: 54
Cover Artist: George Straub
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Red Cross Relief Work
    • STORY:
      The Wife of the Little Official
           by Katherine Graves Busbey
    • Crochet competition Prize Awards
    • Monograms for the Bride's Linen
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Lingerie for the Bride
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Pillow in Darned Net and Reticella
           by Carol Cox
    • Negligee Caps and Matinees
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Organdy neckwear with High and Low Collars
    • Filet Crochet Luncheon Set
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Towels for the Bride
           by Mrs. W.F. Gloeckner
    • Monogrammed and Banded China
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Dainty Undergarments
    • Cut-Work Luncheon Doilies
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Tatted Wheels used on Household Linens
           by Louie Kilgour
    • Hemstitching Combined with Embroidery
           by Carol Cox
    • Crochet Table Mats for Hot Dishes
    • Breakfast and Luncheon Linens
           by Carol Cox, Emma L. Boardman
    • Table Linens in Eyelet Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Cases for Table Linens
           by Hazel B. Glover
    • Eyelet Bedroom Linens
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Birthday Bridge Party
           by Genista
      child's Party
           by Jeanete Neith
      When Easter Lilies Blow
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Practical Patterns
    • Three Dresses and a Coat
    • Separate Skirts and Blouses
    • School and Play Clothes for Juniors
    • Fuller Skirts for Short Frocks
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Personal Touch a Bride May Give her Wedding
           by Mary harrod Northend
    • Transformation of a Five Room Flat, part 1
           by Frances B.S. Waxman
    • Easter Favors
           by Carrie D. McComber
    • Dainty Colors and Their Laundering
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • A Woman's Vegetable Garden
           by M. Roberts Conover
    • The Humble Brush
           by Alice Margaret Ashton
    • Correct Engraving
           by Anne Emerson
    • Fireless Cookery(recipes):
      Breakfast Cereal
      Boston Baked Beans
      Nut Bread
      Luncheon Eggs
      Roly Poly
      Smothered Haddock
      Corned Tongue
      Horseradish Sauce
      Bread Pudding
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Gretchen's Wardrobe
           by Blanche E. Hyde
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #3: May 1915
Page Count: 50
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Neighbor
           by Thomas Dreier
    • CORRECTION:
      Crocheted Auto Bonnet, March 1915
    • Morning Glory Luncheon Set
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Bungalow Embroidery
           by Lilly Magens-Bunting
    • Filet Crochet for Piazza Work
           by Mrs. H.C. Duffy, Annah C. Hall
    • Raffia Floor Mats
           by Henrietta C. Walker
    • Eyelet Embroidery
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Bags and Cases for the Traveler
           by Emma L. Boardman
    • Spider Web Crochet for the Dining Room
           by Mrs. J. Lawrence Meem
    • Wood Craft for Recreation-
      A Buffet
           by F.J. Kates
    • Colored Embroideries for the Veranda
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Crocheted Basket Favors
           by Jen Libby
    • Embroideries for the Baby
           by Carol Cox, Emma L. Boardman
    • Hand-Painted Gift China
           by Nellie M. Pairpoint
    • Summer Lingerie
           by Emma L. Boardman, Mrs. M.L. Williams
    • Ladies' Knitted Sweater, Turban
           by Elsa M. Barsaloux
    • Graduation Frocks
           by Carrie Benthall
    • Darned Towels
           by Mrs. Kenneth Bogardus
    • Towels, Pillowcases with rickrack
           by Mrs. N.W. Duerson
    • Crocheted Rag Rugs
           by Carrie Benthall
    • Stenciling for Children
           by Josephine E. Bruce
    • Bedroom Embroideries
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Spring Outing
           by Mrs. J.G.B.
      Stork Party
           by Natalie Emmons Gray
      Shower of Notions
           by Edith G. Hawkes
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Variety in Spring Fashions
    • Embroidered Blouses and Plain Frocks
    • For Young Girls
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Cake Making a Means of Increasing the Income
    • Convenient Closets in Odd Places
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Comfort on the Porch
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Safeguarding the Family Health
           by Mary Hamilton Talbott
    • Moving Made Easy
           by Elizabeth R. Darrow
    • Delicious Ways with Rubarb(recipes):
      Rhubarb Shorcake
      Rhubarb Custard Pie
      Rhubarb Tapioca Pudding
      Rhubarb Flummery
      Escaloped Rhubarb
      Baked Rhubarb Dumplings
      Rhubarb Sherbet
      Rhubarb Tutti Frutti Cake
           by Mary mason Wright
    • Your Spring Painting
           by Charles Francis Read
    • "My Favorite Recipe"(Molded Desserts):
      Fairy Banquet Pudding(Mrs. J.L. Stewart)
      Hot Chocolate Sauce(Stewart)
      Apricot-Sponge(Mrs. Edna McKnight)
      Honeycomb Pudding(Mrs. Bessie Goodall)
      Neapolitan Delight(Natalie R. Brown)
      Judge Peter's Pudding(Mrs. CH. Carter)
      Marshmallow Charlotte(Mrs. W. Tilden Smith)
      Chocolate Pudding(Miss M. Bushman)
      Crib of Strawberries(Mrs. T.A. Shuff)
    • For Unexpeced Guests(recipes):
      Emergency Soup
      Cheese Squares
      Codfish Puff
      Creamed Eggs with Sardines
      Salmon Souffle
      Littleton Sauce
      Eggs a la Soubise
      Deviled Corn
      Emergency Muffins
      Dresden Sandwiches
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Transformation of a Five Room Flat, part 2
           by Frances B.S. Waxman
    • Gretchen's Wardrobe
           by Blanche E. Hyde
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #4: June 1915
Page Count: 46
Cover Artist: Harold Cue
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Needle Helps
    • STORY:
      Burned Bridges
           by Helen Peck
    • Making Money at Home
           by Readership
    • Silk Embroideries for the Living Room
           by Alice Waddington
    • Silk Muslin Underwear
           by Lilian E. Davis
    • Silk Crochet for the Baby
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Two Silk-embroidered Centrepieces, Tea Cloth
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • New Blouses for Summer
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Embroideries for the Baby
           by Emma L. Boardman, Lilian e. Davis, Mrs. M. L. Williams, Harriet Webb
    • Crochet for Church Fairs
           by Hattie M. Reed, Mrs. Harry C. Duffy, Hazel Zetroner, Sara Toedt, Florence French, Dorothy A. Beed
    • Living Room Embroideries
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Tatted Motifs Used on Sofa Pillow
           by Fannie M. Miller
    • Raffia Twine Crocheted Hat
           by Alice Sweet Crawford
    • Blackberry Luncheon Set
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Embroidered Guest Towels
           by Jennie B. Day
    • Card Table Covers
           by Madeline Mudge
    • Embroideries for the Summer Girl
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • Japanese Luncheon Set
           by Lilian E. Davis
    • Cross-stitch for Babies
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Flower Party
           by Margaret P. Boyle
      Porch Party
           by Hostess
      The June Hostess
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Patterns for Home Use
    • For Beach, Swimming Pool and Gymnasium
    • Practical Patterns for Misses and Children
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Simple Luncheon for the Servantless
      Good Mayonnaise Dressing
      Delmonico Potatoes
      Grape Conserve
      Pineapple Sherbet
      Cream of Corn Soup
      Breaded Cutlets
      Custard Dainties
      Park Street Cake
      Chicken Mousse
      Juliets
           by Eleanor Robbins Wilson
    • Packing the Picnic Basket
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Closing the House
           by Charles K. Farrington
    • When Cucumbers are In Season
      Tartare Sauce
      White Sauce
      Tomato Sauce
      Baked cucumbers
      Cucumber Tart Salad
      Cucumber Fritters
      Creamed Cucumbers
      Cucumber Cups
      Cucumber and Celery Salad
           by Helen B. Merrill
    • Housekeeping Mistakes
           by Myrtie Clark
    • "For Man Must Eat"
           by
    • "My Favorite Recipe"(Frozen Desserts):
      Strawberry Sorbet
      Honey Buttermilk
      Raspberry Sherbet
      Bisque Sartoni
      Peach Ice Cream
      Grape Juice Frappe
      Pineapple Sorbet
      Banana Ice Cream
      Cocoanut Ice
    • Early Fruits(recipes):
      Currant Pie
      Raspberry Shortcake
      Raspberry Syrup
      Iced Fruit Juice
      Cherry Pudding
      Hard Sauce
      Cherry Nut Salad
      Cream Mayonnaise
      Cherry Moss
      Strawberry Macaroon Ice
      Gooseberry Relish
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • What Dorothy Learned About Housekeeping
    • Gretchen's Wardrobe
           by Blanche E. Hyde
    • Priscilla's Club of Domestic Science
           by Henrietta D. Grauel
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #5: July 1915
Page Count: 34
Cover Artist:
Notes: They were told by the state of Massachusetts that they could not display this cover with the US flag depicted, so they pasted a note over the offending part of the picture with an explanation of why it had to be covered...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • Needle Helps
    • STORY:
      Billy's Burglar
           by Donna J. Nicholas
    • Lingerie Frock, Sleeveless Jackets
    • Coarse Hedebo
           by Lilian Barton wilson
    • Pillows in Crochet, Embroidery
           by Mrs. E.M. Lucas, Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Napkins, Towels and Cases
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Blue and White Embroidery
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Embroideries for the Tiny Baby
           by Jennie B. Day
    • Newest Summer Neckware
           by Emma L. Boardman
    • Filet Crochet Scarf
           by Charlotte F. Boldmann
    • Summer Blouses
    • Scarf with Filet Crochet Ends
           by Charlotte F. Boldtmann
    • Crocheted party Cap
           by Helen Garbutt
    • Children's Frocks
           by Lily Magens-Bunting
    • Marking Towels in Embroidery, Crochet
           by Emma L. Boardman, Mrs. W. Schotte
    • Case for Bathing Suit
    • Long and Short Clothes for Babies
    • Tatted Neckwear
           by Martha Jameson, Mrs. F.H. Moon
    • Children's Caps, Bonnets
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Japanese Party
           by M.P.B.
      With Raspberry Ices
           by Sally Bell
      Patriotic Lawn Party
           by Marjorie March
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Afternoon Tea
           by Carrie D. Macomber
    • Economy with the Gas Range
           by Charles K. Farrington
    • Salad Sandwiches
      Lettuce Sandwiches
      cucumber Sandwiches
      Cress Sandwiches
      Olive Sandwiches
      Olive and Cheese Sandwiches
      Mint Cucumber Sandwiches
      Sweet Pepper Sandwiches
      Piquant Salad Sandwiches
      tomato and Onion Sandwiches
      Mixed Vegetable Sandwiches
      Dutch Sandwiches
           by Mary Mason Wright
    • The Canning Season
           by Mrs. Elizabeth Atwood
    • Soda Fountain Syrups
           by Winnifred Harper Cooley
    • "My Favorite Recipe"(Canning, Preserving):
      Black Raspberry and Black Current Jelly
      Orange and Peach Marmalade
      Orange Marmalade
      Grape Relish
      Preserved Winter citron
      Corn Salad
      To Keep Melons and Pumpkins
    • Salads for Hot Weather(recipes):
      Molded Salmon with Cucumber Sauce
      Cucumber Sauce
      Cadillac Cucumber Salad
      Parisian French Dressing
      Lamb Salad
      Cream Cheese and Currant Jelly Salad
      French Dressing
      Watercress and Egg Salad
      Vegetable Macedoine
      Frozen Fruit Salad
      Fruit Salad
      Cream Dressing
      Stuffed Tomatoes
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #6: August 1915
Page Count: 34
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes: Modern Priscilla announced there was a great revival in smocking that season...

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Luncheon Set in Maltese Crochet
           by Mrs. H.P. Hovis
    • STORY:
      The Awakening of Minerva
           by Ella Randall Pearce
    • Dainty Aprons for Gift Purposes
           by Mrs. M.L. Williams
    • Dainty Embroideries for the Bedroom
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Attractive Embroideries for the Bathroom
    • Couch Pillow of Varied Shapes and Sizes
    • Crochet and Embroidery for Underwear
           by Myrtle Hollingsworth, Bessie Jett Rea, Helen Randolph, Hattie Bell Davis
    • Smocking for Children's Frocks
           by Louise Flynn
    • Cases for the Traveler
    • New China Designs
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Edges Insertions and Doily in Knitting
           by Gertrude Rocker, Genie E. Jenkins
    • Embroidered Pique Coat Sets
    • Blouses of the Popular Colored Linen
           by Emma L. Boardman
    • Woven Table Mats
    • Three Pretty Roll Collars
    • Bluebird Card Table Set
    • For the School Girl's Wardrobe
    • Dining Room Embroideries
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Nosegay Party
           by Elizabeth Whitford
           by Marjorie March
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Serving Sea Foods:
      Broiled Whitefish
      Salmon Loaf with White Sauce
      Yankee Fish Cakes
      Creamed Crab a la California
      Crab a la Creole
      Lobster Cutlets
      Mayonnaise of Fish
      Planked Shad
      Finnan Haddie a la Creme
      Deviled Oysters
      Fish Chowder
           by Eleanor Robbins Wilson
    • Some Healthful Salads:
      Apple Salad
      Stuffed Tomato Salad
      Oyster Salad
      Bean Salad
      Asparagus Salad
      Chicken Salad
      Orange Salad
      Cauliflower Salad
      Salmon Salad
      Cabbage Salad
      Cucumber Salad
      Potato Salad
      Lobster Salad
      Fruit Salad
      Tongue Salad
      Veal Salad
           by Virginia E. Neale
    • Care of the Lamp
           by Mary Harrison
    • Green Corn(recipes):
      Baked Corn, Southern Style
      Tomatoes Baked with Corn
      Corn Omelet
      Green Corn, Boiled
      Green Corn, Stewed
      Corn-and-Tomato Soup
      Corn Chowder
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • "My Favorite Recipe"(Molded Desserts):
      Orange Bavarise
      Cherry Tapioca
      Raspberry Dream
      Lemon Jelly
      Ribbon Marshmallow Pudding
      Molded Rice
      Queen of Fruit Jellies
      Strawberry Bavarian Cream
    • Unusual Jams, Jellies(recipes):
      Quince and Cranberry Jelly
      Orange Marmalade
      Plum Gumbo
      Quince Honey
      Mint Jelly
      Blueberry Jelly
      Blackberry Jam
      Pickled Lime Marmalade
      Elderberry Jelly
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 29, Issue #7: September 1915
Page Count: 50
Cover Artist: Gene Prezzler
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Luncheon Set of Embroidered Blocks
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • STORY:
      Into the Silence
           by Elizabeth > Gilbert
    • Centre and Doilies in Medallion Braid Crochet
           by Helen Randolph
    • (3)Embroidered Doily Sets
    • Embroidered Towels, Straps, Bag
           by E. Marion Stevens
    • Jewel Cloth Embroideries for Bedroom
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Edgings and Insertions for Curtains(knit,Crochet,tatted)
           by Mrs. Robert Roseboom(crochet), Gertrude Rocker(knit), Hazel Hayes(crochet), Mrs. Milton French(tatting)
    • Embroidered Dresses For Little Tots
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Bedroom Embroideries
           by M. Alethea Warren
    • Practical Bags, Cases
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Child's Knitted Toque, Sweater
           by Mrs. C.J. Matthews
    • Luncheon Set with Tatted Edge
           by Blanche Daniels
    • Silk Crochet Collar
           by Emily H. Graham
    • Applications of Filet Crochet Motif
           by Lilla B.N. Weston
    • Easily Made French Lingerie
    • Artistic Possiblities of Yellow Earthenware
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Dainty Embroidered Wraps for Babies
    • Filet Crochet Scarf Shawl
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Hat with Crocheted Brim- "The Gay"
    • Bluebird Luncheon Set
           by Virginia Shepard
    • Marking Rose Petal Beads
           by Caroline M. Simmons
    • Embroidered Blouse
    • Junior Girl's Cap, Apron
           by "Aunt Priscilla"
    • Small Centrepieces for Dining Table
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Party of Stitches
           by Mrs. L.L.F.
      Announcement Luncheon
           by Alice Cook Fuller
      Japanese Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Coming Styles Cast Their Shadows Before
    • Attractive Costumes for School and College Girls
    • Practical Costumes for Younger Children
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • New and Satisfying Salads
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • How Philadelphia Is Teaching Children Civics
           by E. Leslie Gilliams
    • Chats with a Professional Decorator-
      The Joy of Color
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Suggestions on Home Lighting
           by S.G. Hibben, E.E.
    • Packing an Appetizing Lunch
           by Olive Hyde Foster
    • The Young Infant
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • The Much Neglected Quince(recipes):
      Quinces in Cider
      Preserved Quinces
      Quince and Apple Preserve
      Quince Jelly
      Quince Marmalade
      Canned Quinces
           by Georgetta Waters
    • Desserts from Fruit Left-overs
           by Anna Phillips See
    • Coffee Facts
           by Maude Kent
    • Fall Produce(recipes):
      Grape Juice
      Grape Conserve
      Tomato Soup
      Mustard Pickle
      Tomato and Celery Relish
      Sweet Crab-apple Pickle
      Saco Pickles
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 29, Issue #8: October 1915
Page Count: 58
Cover Artist: G.H. Mitchell
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Embroideries for the Luncheon Table
           by Ethel D. Hayden
    • Earning Money At Home
           by Priscilla Needleworks
    • STORY:
      Princess Lorraine, American, part 1
           by George Edmund Holt
    • Needle Helps
    • Pincushions and Dresser Scarfs
           by Ethelyn J. Morris, Lois T. Rice
    • Distinctive Neckware
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Beautiful Examples Filet Crochet
           by Emma McFarland, Mrs. William P. Hathway, Mrs. John Cooney
    • Practical Gifts for Men
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Luncheon Set in Filet Crochet
           by Lulu Boyer
    • New Designs for China
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Aprons that Are Distinctive
    • (6)Crochet Nut Baskets
           by Nellie Clarke Brown
    • Baby's Knitted Jacket, Bootees
           by Mrs. C.J. Matthews
    • Scarf and Pillow
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Embroidered Towels
    • Corset covers That Are Unique
    • Painted Wooden Boxes
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Crocheted Collar
           by Mrs. T.D. Perottet
    • Child's Crocheted Bonnet, Sweater
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Baby Wear(embroidered)
           by Louise Thomas
    • Filet Crochet Counterpane
           by Mrs. C.J. Matthews
    • Handkerchiefs, Cases
    • Tatted Nightgown Yoke
           by Rose Seelye-Miller
    • Gifts Which Juniors Can Make
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • Living Room Embroidery and Crochet
           by Nellie A. Carlson, Helen Bailey
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Jitney Party
           by M.M.
      Old-time Rag Bee
           by Mrs. J.D.
      Hallowe'en Suppers
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Timely Notes on Winter Styles
    • Four Dresses Made at Small Expense
    • Charming Costumes for Young Girls
    • For Relaxation and Rest
    • Aprons and House Dresses
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Preparation of the School Lunch
           by Mae Macquire Telford
    • The Witcheries of Hallowe'en
      Delicious Nut Sandwiches
      Potted Meat Sandwiches
      Brownies
      Cranberry and Banana Compote
      Mulled cider
      Bow-Kail Salad
      Lamb's Wool and Frumenty
      Pumpkin Pie
      Chicken Salad
      Apple and Ginger Ice Cream
      Luck Cake
      Popcorn Balls with Molasses
      Deviled Chestnuts
      Favorite Doughnuts
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Chats with a Professional Decorator-
      Woodwork and Walls
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Less Than Ten Cents Per Meal
           by Helen Glenn
    • Care of Porcelain and Enamel Ware
           by Helen Gray Markham
    • Baby's First Year
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Ways With Pineapple(recipes):
      Pineapple Jelly
      Pineapple Sponge
      Pineapple Tartlets
      Pineapple Frappe
      Pineapple Coupe
      Pineapple Salad
      Fruit Salad
      Cream Salad Dressing
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #9: November 1915
Page Count: 62
Cover Artist: Will Hammell
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Christmas Gifts That Are Easy To Make
    • STORY:
      Princess Lorraine, American, part 2
           by George Edmund Holt
    • Needle Helps
    • Bringing Up a Family on $12.00 a Week
    • Collars, Yoke in Popular Crochet
           by Kate Noffsinger, Clara A. Adams, Anne Dailey
    • Crochet for Christmas
           by Mrs. F.S. Grubb, Miss Jamie Wilholt, Hattie M. Loring, Mrs. W.F. Gloeckner
    • Cross-stitch Set for Card Table, Luncheons
    • Embroidered Lingerie Essentially Feminine
    • Crocheted Footwear for All the Family
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Christmas Gifts in 50cent Limit
           by Priscilla Art Dept.
    • Linens for the Breakfast Tray
           by Carol Cox
    • Bridge Set in Cross-stitch
           by Isabel Gates
    • Seine Twine Table Cloth
           by Helen Randolph
    • Embroideries for Baby
           by Alice F. Rea
    • Gifts in Painted China
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Lingerie That is Distinctive
           by G.E. Townsend
    • Crocheted Baby Carriage Robe with Rambler Rose Embroidery
           by Elsa Baraloux
    • Painted Leather Gifts
           by D. Elizabeth Roberts
    • Some Attractive Towels(embroidery)
    • Easily Made Shampoo Jacket
    • Bureau Scarf of Embroidered Blocks
    • Charming Accessories of the Wardrobe
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Four Tea Napkins(embroidery)
    • Centrepiece and Table cover in Cut-work
    • Crochet for the Juniors:
      3-piece Set for Dolly
           by Mrs. C.F. Clark
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Just for Two Harvest
           by Mrs. J.V.R.
      Indoor Picnic
           by Helen R.F.
      Thanksgiving Day Table Fancies
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Priscilla Fashions
    • Ever Useful Separate Waist and Skirt
    • Modish Dresses for Wear with Long Coats
    • Winter Costumes for Boys, Girls
    • Practical Garments for Misses and Children
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Good Things for Thanksgiving
      Pimento and Egg Canapes
      Cream of Celery Soup
      Corn Souffle
      Sweet Potato Puff
      Canned Cherry Salad
      Peach Trifle
      Spice Jelly with Whipped Cream
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • New School system Built on Play
           by E. Leslie Gilliams
    • Delicious Pies and Tartlets(recipes):
      Pumpkin Pie
      Sour Cream Pie
      Apple Tartlets
      Mock Lemon Pie
      Cream Tarts
      Spiced Pie
      Coconut Custard Pie
      Fruit Tartlets
      Chocolate Cream Pie
      Raisin Tarts
      butter Scotch Pie
           by Mary Allen
    • Chats with Professional Decorator
    • Ways with Dates(recipes):
      Whole Wheat Gems with Dates
      Date Waffles
      Date Bread
      Date Sandwiches
      Steamed Date Pudding
      Baked Date Pudding
      Date Pie
      Date Tapioca
      Date Cottage Pudding
      Date cake
      Date Creams
      Date Cookies
      Date Jam
           by Elizabeth Irving
    • Thanksgiving Table for Children
           by Eva Dean
    • Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Health Through Vibration
           by C.W. Jackson
    • Turkey and Leftovers(recipes):
      Roast Turkey
      Stuffing
      Giblet Gravy
      Roast Goose
      Turkey Rechauffe with Potato Border
      Turkey a la King
      Turkey Soup
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems:
      From Bottle to Table Food
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #10: December 1915
Page Count: 50
Cover Artist: Crisp
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Caps and Jackets for Christmas(crochet)
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • STORY:
      Princess Lorraine, American, part 3
           by George Edmund Holt
    • STORY:
      The Heart o' the Giver
           by Margaret Dean Stevens
    • Needle Helps
    • Bringing Up a Family on $12 a Week
    • Little Things in Crochet
           by Carrie D. McComber, Hattie M. Loring, Jane Jackson, Delphine Weeks, Mary Nottorf, Isabel A. Gold
    • Flat Milanese Lace Done in Crochet
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Baby Embroideries
           by Carol Cox
    • Attractive Gifts in Cretonne Doily Cloth
    • Christmas Gifts of Tatting
      (2)Handkerchief Edgings
           by Julia E. Sanders
      Chemise Yoke
           by Alta A. Vedder
      Penny Purse
           by Mrs. Comer Haley
      Butterfly Motif Collar
           by Mrs. F.L. Carey
      Elaborate Handkerchief Edge
           by Mrs. H. Franshaw
      Towel Border
      byMrs. F.L. Carey
    • Last Minute Suggestions for Gifts
           by Ethel D. Hayden
    • Filet Crochet Doily Set
           by Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Child's Knitted Playtime Suit
           by Sarah T. Converse
    • Painted Tinware
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Cross-stitch Cup Towels, Other Gift Towels
    • Silhouette Candle Shades
           by Millie E. Starbuck
    • Attractive Neckwear
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • Popular Chin Chin Blouse
           by Harriet Webb
    • Cross-Stitch Dresser Set
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Relief Cut-work Oval
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • What Children Can Make for Christmas Tree
           by Anne Guilbert Mahon
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • Napery for Teas and Luncheons
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Christmas Tree Revel
           by Mary Theresa Scudder
      A Christmas Shower
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Attractive Costumes fo rEvery House of the Day
    • Costumes that Indicate th eWinter Style Tendencies
    • Negligees that Combine Attractiveness and Usefulness
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Christmas Menus
      Grapefruit Cocktail
      Beet and Cabbage Salad
      Cream Salad Dressing
      Cream of Celery Soup
           by Eleanor Robbins Wilson
    • Christmas Pastries, Puddings, Mince Meats:
      Puff Pastry
      Flaky Pastry
      Mince Meat Roly Poly
      Colonial Cranberry Pie
      Currant Fingers
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Chats with a Professional Decorator-
      Pictures and Ornaments
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Christmas Candies Made at Home(recipes):
           by Alice E. Carson
    • What All Babies Need
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • For the Woman with Gray Hair
           by Leslie Gordon
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • New Cakes, Icings(recipes):
      Pound Cake
      Ornamental Boiled Frosting
      Cream Ring Puffs
      Cocoanut Filling
      Cranford Cake
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Volume 30, 1916: 12 Monthly Issues

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #11: January 1916
Page Count: 42
Cover Artist: John Edwin Jackson
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Nightgown Yoke in Filet Crochet
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • STORY:
      Princess Lorraine, American
           by George Edmund HOlt
    • A New Year's Prayer
           by Lewis Allen
    • Monograms and their Application
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Cross-stitch and Filet Crochet Applied to Household Linens
           by Isabel B. Gates, Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Filet Crochet Luncheon Set with Initial Center
           by Sallie S. McVeigh
    • Embroideries for Small Children
    • Moorish Embroideries with Modern Adaptations
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Dining-Room Linens
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • A Patch Quilt in Rose Pattern
           by Josephine Bruce
    • Colonial China and Matching Embroideries
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Luncheon Set in Colored Embroidery
           by Madeleine Mudge
    • Dainty Embroidered Underwear
    • Child's Tam-o'Shanter, Sweater Coat
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Colored Embroideries in Simple Stitches
           by Lillian E. Davis
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Contest of Nations
           by Mrs. A.R.T.
      For the Old Folk
           by Mrs. H.L.F.
      New Year's Country Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Fashionable Adaptations of Embroidery and Braiding
    • Smart Styles for Young Girls
    • Seasonable Fashions for Boys, Girls
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Casserole Cookery(recipes):
      Fish En Casserole
      Tomato Eggs Baked in Ramekins
      French Stew of Lamb
      Bananas En Casserole
      Delicious Braised Beef
      Brown Fricasse of Oysters
      Casserole of Apples
      Chicken En Casserole
      Meat and Rice En Casserole
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • $3000 Bungalows
           by Charles Alma Byers
    • Dietetic Value of Bran:
      Cream of Celery Soup with Bran
      Bran Bread
      Sweet Raisin Bran Bread
      Bran Cookies
      Bran with Corn-Meal Mush
      Delicious Bran Cake
      Bran Muffins
      Bran with Creamed Rice
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • Household Devices Which Save time and Labor
    • Served on Toast(recipes):
      Chilaly
      Cranford Woodcock
      Shrimps- Louisiana Style
      Lenox Rarebit
      Pimiento and Cheese Fritters
      Creamed Chicken and Oysters
      Milk Meat Toast
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Children's Diseases that Are Contagious
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 29, Issue #12: February 1916
Page Count: 62
Cover Artist: Katharine R Wireman
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Bedspread in Venetian Crochet
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • STORY:
      Princess Lorraine, American
           by George Edmund Holt
    • Needle Helps
    • Earning Money at Home
    • Church Linens
           by Edmonia B. Johnson
    • Maltese Crochet
           by Lillie A. Parks
    • Crocheted Wearing Apparel
           by Carrie Benthall, Marie Murray
    • Crochet for the Baby
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Bedroom Filet Crochet and Dresden Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Beautiful Filet Crochet Luncheon Cloth
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Underwear That is Ready to Embroider
    • Cross-stitch Combined with Solid Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Baby Pillow, Carriage cover in Jewel Cloth
           by E. Marion Stevens
    • Embroideries for the Little Baby
    • Decorated Boudoir China Set in Parrot Design
           by Mary Turner Barrows
    • Bluebird Linens That Are Different
           by Marion McClain
    • Centrepiece with Crochet Linen
           by Mrs. H. Garman
    • Honeysuckle Baskets
           by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
    • Hemstitched Tea Napkins with Effective Marking
           by Virginia Sheppard
    • Woven Mats for Household Use
    • Centrepiece in Wild Rose Design
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Hemstitched Gray Art Linens with Embroidery
    • Samplers from the Collection of George W. Plimpton
           by E. Leslie Gilliams
    • Negligee Cap and Matinee
           by Harriet Webb
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Sachet Shower
           by Elizabeth West
      Apron Shower
           by I.S.
      Shower By Mail
           by Bess AShton.
      Patriotism Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • An Attractive Lingerie Dress
    • Fashionable Costumes for Street Wear
    • Practical and Useful Dresses
    • Smart Styles for the Young Miss
    • Lingerie for Young Girls
    • Irish Crochet Waist Garniture
           by Minnie N. Brainard
    • Centrepiece in Tatting, Weaving
           by Mrs. J.A. Goodwillie
    • Art Craft Lanterns
           by A.G. Ridgway
    • Embroideries for Junior Dolls
           by Maude M. Wiley
    • Hardanger Dress Accessories
           by Frances A. Harris
    • White Embroidered Centrepieces and Ovals
    • What Is An Internal Bath?
           by R.W. Beal
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

Cover Image Property of PUBLISHER
Volume 30, Issue #1: March 1916
Page Count: 66
Cover Artist: Chase Emerson?(difficult to read)
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Housekeeping in Guatemala
           by Lilly de J. Osborne
    • STORY:
      Princess Lorraine, American
           by George Edmund Holt
    • Needle Helps
    • Crochet Coat and Bag
           by Ollie B. Miller, Marie Murray
    • Household Embroidery in White and One Color
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Crochet, Embroidery for the Guest Room
    • Lingerie Collars and a Blouse with Crocheted Bands
    • Embroideries for the Wee One
           by Carol Cox
    • Luncheon Linens in cutwork and French Embroidery
           by Sally Pearson Moses
    • A girls Home-made Bed Room
           by Josephine Bruce
    • Luncheon Set in Cross-stitch Thistle Design
           by Isabel Gates
    • Lingerie with Crochet and Embroidery
    • China and Embroidery for the Bedroom- Rose Design
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Chafing Dish Linens
           by Agnes M. Sheldon
    • Crocheted Card Table Cover
           by Emily W. Graham
    • Towels Showing Crochet, Embroidery
    • Washable Hats and Coat Set for Children
           by Alice F. Rea
    • Scarf in Oriental Drawn Work
           by Flora L. Nickerson
    • Bedspread of Crochet and Linen Strips
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Luncheon Linens in Colored Embroidery
           by Mrs. J.L. Meem
    • Luncheon Linens in White Embroidery
           by Mrs. J.L. Meem
    • Dutch Doily Set
           by M. Alethea Warren
    • Blouse for Morning, One for Afternoon
    • Embroidered Dresses for Misses
    • Embroidered Dresses for Children
    • White Embroideries for the Bedroom
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Explanation of Crochet Terms
    • Embroideries in Couching and Cross-stitch
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      St. patrick's Day
           by Margaret P. Boyle
      Shamrock Supper
           by I.S.S.
      Irish Auction
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Embroideries on Suits and Tub Dresses
    • Practical House Dresses and Aprons
    • Simple Embroideries for Tub Frocks
    • Garments for Young Children
    • Suggestions for Summer Blouses
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Do it Electrically
           by Charles Francis Reed
    • Methods and Tools for Better Housework
           by Isobel Brands
    • The Serving of Afternoon Tea
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • When Buying Meat
           by Fannie Eugenie Saville
    • Versatile Lemon Pie
      Lemon Custard Pie
      Old-Fashioned Lemon Pie
      sliced Lemon Pie
      Lemon Pie with Bread
      Saomthing New in Pie
      Lemon Pie with Three Crusts
      Three-Egg Custard
           by Helen Van Derveer
    • Tested Household Devices
    • The Fireless Cooker
      Smothered Chicken
      Clam Chowder
      Fish Loaf
      Savory Tongue
      Corn-Meal Mush
      Rice Pudding wiht Stewed Fruit
      Vanilla Parfait
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Hot and Cold Fish(recipes):
      Fish Croquettes
      Fried Oysters, Cosmopolitan Style
      Kingfish Saute
      Crabflake Cocktail
      Fish chowder
      Mock Lobster Salad
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Chats with a Professional Decorator-
      Bedroom Furnishings
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Children's Diseases
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #2: April 1916
Page Count: 54
Cover Artist: Crisp
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Influence of Black in Colored Embroidery
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • STORY:
      An Easter Interloper
           by Alice Elziabeth Northrup
    • Needle Helps
    • Good Housekeeping from a Village Point of View
           by Marion Sotheron
    • Up-to-Date Patchwork
           by Josephine W. How
    • Venetian Crcohet Lamp Shade, Table cover
           by Mrs. H.A. Loundsbury, Helen Randolph
    • Lingerie Trimmings in Crochet
           by Louie Kilgour, Alta Agnes Vedder, Gwen Keys, Gwendolyn Edwards
    • Dining Room Linens in Cut-work
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Embroideries for Little Ones
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Roll Tatting: The New Shuttle Work
           by Marjorie Earhart Roberts
    • Embroidered Lingerie
           by E. Marion Stevens
    • Newest Spring Neckwear
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • China Painting-
      Salad Set with Gold Design
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Bedroom Set in colored Embroidery
           by Alice Farnum Rea
    • Knitted Torchon Collar
           by Elma Iona Locke
    • Cross-stitch Embroidery for Table
           by Evelyn A Desquin
    • Cross-barred Muslins for Dressing Table, Aprons
           by Mrs. N.W. Duerson
    • Pillow Slips with Embroidery, Filet Crochet
           by L.D. Baker, Mrs. E.H. Sorgen
    • Embroidered Blouse
    • Yokes in Novelty Braid and Crochet
           by Jennie B. Day
    • Filet Crochet Carriage Cover
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Reticella Embroideries for the Bedroom
           by W.A. Dickey
    • Their April Fool Party
           by Felix J. Koch
  • FASHION
    • Suit and Accessories
    • Embroidered Suit and Waist
    • New Blouses
    • Lingerie Dresses for Young Girls
    • Tub Frocks for Misses
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Short cuts in Cooking
           by May Belle Brooks
    • An Easter Table
           by Mary H. Northend
    • Varying a Most Monotonous Meal:
      Fried Hominy Cakes
      Baked Tomatoes and Eggs
      French Eggs
      Breakfast Grill
      Savory Smoked Haddock
      Oyster Rolls
      Toasted Sardines with Ham
      Eggs with Rice
      Smothered Sausages
      Pork Cheese
      Kedgeree
      Potato Blocks
      Savory Macaroni with Ham
      Country Captain
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Using Aromatic Spices in Cookery:
      White Fruit Cake
      Spiced Lemon Sauce
      Cinnamon Tea Biscuit
      Spiced Fruit Punch
      Spiced Cream Pie
      Grape Catsup
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • Novelties for Easter Menu:
      Baked Eggs in Potato Cases
      Hen's Nest
      Breakfast Eggs
      Chinese Eggs
      Eggs with Spinach
      Bird's Nest Salad
      Novel Egg Salad
      Egg and Cabbage Salad
      Easter Salad
      Easter Pineapple Dessert
      Surprise Eggs
           by Isabella Brandt
    • Tested Household Devices
    • Easter Place Cards
           by Gertrude S. Twichell
    • Washing Bed Clothes
           by Addie Farrar
    • How to Save Fuel
           by Isobel Brands
    • Fish / Meat Entrees(recipes):
      Souffle of Cold Meat
      Green Pepper Sauce
      Veal Timbales
      Creamed Tile Fish
      The Manor Cutlets
      Creamed Shad Roe in Patty Shells
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #3: May 1916
Page Count: 50
Cover Artist: Chase
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Embroidery and Crochet in Living-Room Linens
           by Ollie B. Miller
    • STORY:
      The Awakening of Mr. Lemur
           by Daniel Louis Hanson
    • Hats, Rompers and Aprons for Children
    • Veranda Furnishings in Couching Cord Embroidery
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • For the Little Despot(embroidery)
           by Carol Cox
    • Novel Features Shown in Two New Bedspreads(filet crochet)
           by Lilly Magens Bunting
    • Simple Embroideries for the Summer Luncheon Table
           by Mildred Dallett, Evangeline G. Walker
    • Personal Gifts for Graduates
           by Emma L. Boardman, Mrs. N.W. Duerson
    • Linens Suitable fo the Bride's Chest
           by Martha Genung Stearns
    • Little Gifts in China
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Patches in New Places - Hat, Parasol, Pillow
    • Table Accessories in Embroidered Crochet:
      Basket, Candle Shade
           by Clara M. Ewald
    • Do Less At Once Simple and Effective:
      Emroidered Doilies
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • A Filet Crochet Luncheon Set, Bonbon Basket
           by Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Bags for Street Use
           by Alma S. Wells
    • Dress Accessories Crocheted with Raffia Twine-
      Tam, Girdle, Bag
    • Guest Towels with Maltese Crochet
           by Lillie A. Parks
    • An Embroidery Apron, Bag
           by E. Marion Stevens
    • Boudoir Caps for Old and Young
           by Emma L. Boardman, Lucille Stutz
    • Tatting for Juniors
           by Belle Robinson
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • New Patchwork Quilt- the Ohio Rose
           by Mrs. M.J. Hubbell
    • Distinctive Shapes in Luncheon Sets
           by W.A. Dickey
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      A circus Luncheon
           by Mary H. Northend
      When May Baskets Are Hung
      Novel Place Cards
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Two Lingerie Frocks
    • Summer Styles for Misses
    • Cool Dresses Easy to Make and Launder
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Dainty Recipes for Social Affairs:
      Clams Baked in Shells
      Lobster Glide
      Italian Trunovers
      Chicken Imperiale
      Deviled Crabs
      Veal Toss Up
      Chafing-Dish Delicacy
      Eggs and Mushrooms
      Southern Pistachio Ice Cream
      Marshmallow Dainties
      Marmalade Cream Sandwiches
      Pastry Circles
      Pineapple Bavarian Cream
      Orange Ice
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Delicacies for Invalids:
      Bran Tea
      Milk Jelly
      Souffle Omelet
      Arrowroot Pudding
      Tapioca Cream
      Lemon Custard
      Barley Milk Soup
      Filets of Flounder on Toast
      Steamed Chop
      Chicken Stewed in Milk
      Irish Moss Drink
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Despatching the Housework Train
    • Cooking in Glass a Practical Novelty
           by Mimi C.Scott
    • Flat-Iron Facts
           by Josephine E. Toal
    • Tested Household Devices
    • Porches and Verandas to Be Lived In
           by Charles Alma Byers
    • Early Fruits, Vegetables(recipes):
      Pineapple Cocktail
      Dandelions a la Bechamel
      Asparagus Hollandaise
      Strawberry Salad
      Rhubarb and Strawberry Preserve
      Jelly Panache
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems:
      Cereal Foods
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #4: June 1916
Page Count: 46
Cover Artist: E.P. Nikolaki
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Irish Crochet Sailor Collar
           by Anna Wuerfel Brown
    • STORY:
      Just David
           by Eleanor H. Porter
    • Knitted Hats, Bags
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Morris Darning
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Floral Designs in White and Color-
      Pillows, Centrepieces
    • Variations of Monkey Face crochet
           by Emma McFarland
    • Crocheted Baby Caps
           by Mrs. Comer Haley, Mrs. O.G. Garcia, Lola B. Hettich, Sister Francisca
    • Rickrack Braid in Embroidery, Crochet
           by Mrs. N.W. Duerson
    • Butterfly Motif in Embroidery, Crochet
           by Mrs. F.W. Tilson, M. Alethea Warren, Alice Rea, Mrs. J.L. Mum
    • Nightgowns with Crocheted Yokes, Colored Embroidery
    • Crocheted Edges for Collars, Handkerchiefs
           by Sallie S. McVeigh
    • Up-to-Date Suit of Embroidered Linen
           by Harriet Webb
    • Bedroom Embroideries in Simple Stitchery
           by Eleanor M. Harris
    • Embroideries for very Smallest Juniors
    • Tatting as a Chinese Fine Art
           by Paul Patton Faris
    • Baby Carriage Robe of Pique
           by Carrie Stephens Hopson
    • Crepe de Chine Camisole, Chemise
           by E. Marion Stevens
    • Net Footing as a Finish for Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs
    • How to Wash Colored Embroideries
    • Crocheted Chair Back
           by Nellie L. Braley
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • Embroideries for Kiddies
           by Harriet Webb
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Reformed Luncheon Club
           by Priscilla Pine
      Daisy Shower
           by Daisy
      Day-Dream Party
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Embroidered Frocks for Summer
    • Magic of Smart collars, Cuffs
    • Pique Collars, Cuffs for Children
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Dainty Dishes for Home Weddings
      Bride's Cake
      Sandwiches a la Burlington
      Stuffed cucumber Salad
      Chicken Mayonnaise
      Coffee Caramel Dainties
      Fruit Sherbet with Cream
      Wedding Cake
      Delicious Fruit Punch
      Chicken, Muschrooms and Nut Sandwiches
      Aspic Jelly
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Possibilities of Cooperation
           by Elizabeth Richmond
    • Raisin a Staple Food
      Raisin Delight
      Raisin Cream
      Raisin Bread
      Rice and Raisin Pudding
      Raisin Filling for Cake
      Caramel Apples with Raisins
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • Tested Household Devices
           by Applesoft Experiment Station
    • Paper the Housewives Labor Saver
           by Isobel Brands
    • The Important Floor Covering
           by Margaret Rutherford
    • The Hardy Perennial
           by N.M. Pairpoint
    • Frozen Desserts(recipes):
      Mint Stick Ice Cream
      Chocolate Sauce
      Coupe Sicilienne
      Strawberry Ice
      Vanilla Ice Cream
      butter-scotch Sauce
      Raspberry Parfait
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems:
      Care of Baby's Bottle, Food in Hot Weather
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #5: July 1916
Page Count: 42
Cover Artist: Harold Cue
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Lost Art of Mending
           by Addie Farrar
    • STORY:
      Just David, part 2
           by Eleanor H. Porter
    • Stitch-in-Time Shop
           by Estelle Lambert Matteson
    • Nippons- Stenciled Hats
           by Margaret Ainslee
    • Children's Dresses with Embroidery, Crochet
           by Mrs. Walton Seymour, Mrs. J. Lawrence Meem, Mrs. S.J. Dalton
    • Bath, Guest and Silver Towels
           by Helen G. Seward, Eleanor M. Harris
    • Collars, Cuffs, Underbodice(embroidery)
    • Centrepiece of Spider Webb, Filet Crochet
           by Mrs. J.O. Miller
    • New Ideas in Embroidered Bed Furnishings
           by Carol Cox,
    • Empire Nightgowns with Embroidery, Crochet
    • Accessories in Crochet, Blouse of Embroidered Net
           by Mrs. A.O.L. Werman, Carrie Benthall
    • Single Stitch Embroideries for Dining Room
    • Novel Aprons, Cases for Church Fairs or Christmas Giving
           by Nellie A. Carlson, N.M. Wiley
    • New Stenciling Combined with Embroidery
           by Florence R. Weisskopf
    • Christmas Preparedness- Small Articles for Porch Work
    • Summer Sweater of Shetland Floss
           by Alice Chundelah
    • Convertible Beach Bag
    • Centrepiece with Rickrack, Crochet
           by Lula M. Harvey
    • Child's Smocked Dress
           by Louise Flynn
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Fourth of July Party
           by Mrs. D.M. McP.
      Summer Shower
           by Mrs. S.K.J.
      My Country and Others
           by Marjorie March
  • Priscilla Fashions
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Provisions for the Summer Picnic:
      Meat Patties
      Nut and Banana Sandwiches
      Galantine of Veal
      Coffee Nut Fudge
      Stuffed Eggs
      Chicken and Celery Sandwiches
      Sardine and Cucumber Sandwiches
      Beef and Ham Sausage
      Gingerbread
      Savory Cookies
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Tempting Rhubarb Recipes:
      Rhubarb Pudding
      Rhubarb Tapioca
      Rhubarb Stew
      Rhubarb and Orange Marmalade
      Rhubarb and Pineapple Marmalade
      Rhubarb Jan
      Rhubarb and Fig Jam
      Rhubarb and Gooseberries
           by Eleanor Record Sigel
    • Picnic Recipes:
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Warfare Against Insect Pests
           by Isobel Brands
    • Summer Beverages, Ices(recipes):
      Shrub Punch
      Luncheon Punch
      Cardinal Punch
      Raspberry Cream Frappe
      We Three Sherbet
      Fresh Mint Punch
      Sweet Cider Frappe
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #6: August 1916
Page Count: 42
Cover Artist: Sam Brown
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Crochet, Embroidery for Bedrooms
           by Eleanor M. Lucas
    • STORY:
      Just David, part 3
           by Eleanor H. Porter
    • Furnishings for college Rooms
           by Beth Russell
    • Embroidered Blouses for Home Dressmaking
           by Edmonia B. Johnson, Helen Baily
    • Dressing Table Furnishings in Crochet
           by Mrs. H.W. Temple
    • Dinner and Luncheon Linens
           by Maria La Spina
    • Infant Long clothes
           by Mrs. M.L. Williams
    • Floral Marking- New Method of Marking Linens
    • Dainty Lingerie that Meets One's Needs
           by C.V. Wildey,
    • Cretonne Embroidery for Bedrooms
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Practical Crocheted Edges, Small Doilies
           by Julia E. Swope, Mrs. W.J. Morris, Mrs. E.H. Sorgen, Mrs. J. Bates, Mrs. T.D. Perrottet, Elizabeth Tuckey
    • Embroidered Handkerchiefs
           by Mary Lincoln Orr
    • Breakfast and Chafing-Dish Linens, Including an Apron for Each
           by W.A. Dickey, Virginia F. Anderson
    • Entertaining- the Feast of Mon Dah Min
           by Mabel Powers
    • Cases and covers for Table Linens
    • Tatted Border for Towel
           by Mary Custer
    • Knitted Sweater, Crocheted Tam-O'Shanter
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Crochet for Babies
           by Elsa Barsaloux
  • FASHION
    • Priscilla Fashions for Babies
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Unfermented Drinks:
      Spiced Nectar
      Black Raspberry nectar
      Lemon Syrup
      Pineapple Punch for Fifty Guests
      Cranberry nectar
      Egg Lemonade
      Orange Nectar
      Mint Punch
           by Minnie A. Emmons
    • When is Food Pure?
           by Chalmers L. Pancoast
    • To Lighten Tuesday's Labor
           by May Belle Brooks
    • Peaches for Winter Use:
      Peach Mangoes
      Brandied Peaches
      Peach Leather
      Peach conserve
      Peach Marmalade
      Peach Marmalade No. 2
      Candied Peaches
      Peach Jam
      Pickled Peaches
      Spiced Peaches
           by Eleanor Record Sigel
    • Tested Devices
           by Applecroft Experiment Station
    • Cold Dishes for Hot Days(recipes):
      Spinach Jelly Salad
      Blueberry Soup
      Frozen Lobster Salad
      Molded Jellied Chicken
      Green Corn Salad
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #7: September 1916
Page Count: 44
Cover Artist: McMein
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Patchwork Counterpanes
           by Mrs. J. Lawrence Meem
    • STORY:
      Just David, part 4
           by Leanor H. Porter
    • Crocheted Trimmings for Curtains
           by Marla La Spina, Ellen P. Eksten, Mrs. E.M. Lucas
    • Woolweve Embroidery for Living-Rooms
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Rose Designs in Filet Crochet for Household Linens
           by Laura B. Stetson
    • Colonial Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Bags, Table Mats for Careful Housevies
           by A.T. Sutcliff, Mrs. J. Gilbert
    • Cipher Marking- Substitute for Monograms
           by Beth Russell
    • Latest Neckwear
           by Carol Cox
    • Portiere of Wall-Paper Beads
           by Belle Robinson
    • Knitted Jackets
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Painted Flower Pots
           by Florence Weisskopf
    • Dress and Bib for the Youngest Member(embroidery)
           by Emma L. Boardman, Mrs. J. Lawrence Meem
    • Embroidered Guest Towels
           by Eleanor M. Harris, Carol Cox
    • Chemise, Camisole for Thin Dresses
    • Bedroom Embroideries in Single Stitch
    • Wide tatted Insertion
           by Gertrude P. Milliken
    • Crocheted Shower Necktie
           by Emmeline Rearick
    • Knitted Edging, Insertion
           by Mrs. E.S. Richardson
    • Black and White Luncheon Set
           by Bertha Gray Haynes
    • Ever Necessary Blouse, Skirt plus Separate Coat(fashion)
    • For comfort Good Looks Indoors(fashion)
    • Old-Time Rag-Rug
           by Catherine Campion
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Market Day for the Church
           by Florence Barrett Willoughby
      Plantation Shower
           by Lady Fielding
      Suffrage Luncheon
           by Gabrielle Rosiere
           by Marjorie March
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Learning to Cook: Breads-
      Milk Bread
      Salt rising Bread
      Entire Wheat Bread
      Baking Powder Biscuits
      Waffles with Syrup
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Why Some Wives Fail as Partners
           by Pauline K. Angell
    • Proper Lunches for School Children
    • Cool Desserts:
      Delicious Orange Dessert
      Mocha Tart
      Fruit Sago
      Coffee Custard
      Orange Ice
      Apricot Sherbet
      Apricot Whip
      Apple Charlotte
      Yum Yum Pudding
      Baked Ice Cream
           by Bessie Sellers Hoffman
    • Cooking for Two
           by Gertrude A. Stroman
    • Potatoes Instead of Flour
           by Aletha P. Walker
    • Money From Baked Beans
           by A Cook
    • Honey in the Diet
      Bran Brown Bread
      Honey and Nut Bran Muffins
      Honey and Cheese Sandwiches
      Spice to Use with Honey
      Honey Icing
      Honey Sponge Cake
      Honey Bran Cookies
      Honey Pound Cake
           by Jennie Campbell Douglas
    • Cucumbers, Tomatoes(recipes):
      Kentucky Salad
      Napoli Spaghetti
      Baked Stuffed Cucumber
      Country Canape
      Tomato Mayonnaise
      Butterfly Salad
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Tested Household Devices
           by Applecroft Experiment Station
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #8: October 1916
Page Count: 58
Cover Artist: Not Given
Notes:

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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Tatted Nightgown or Chemise
           by Mrs. M.H. Jones
    • STORY:
      Just David, Part 5
           by Eleanor H. Porter
    • Needle Helps
    • Hand Work as a Life-and-Soul-Saver-
      The Hooked Rugs from New Jersey to Labrador
    • Crocheted Nightgown Yoke
           by Mrs. A.O.L. Wertman
    • Variety of Embroidered Towels
           by Evelyn Desguin
    • Aprons for Gifts
           by Josephine How
    • Embroideries for Baby Wear
           by Carol Cox
    • Madeira Dining-Room Embroideries
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Embroidered Undergarments and a Matinee
    • Pillows in Crochet, Embroidery
           by Emma McFarland, Alice Farnum Rea, Eleanor Jackson, Virna Popp
    • Filet Crochet Marking for Linens
           by Mrs. E.W. Pierce, Ethel Gates, Mary B. Hartt, Gerogette Batt, Maude L. Fiske
    • Circus Embroideries for the Nursery
           by M. Alethea Warren
    • Crochet Applique-New Work for Crochet Enthusiasts
           by Esther Hewlett
    • Painted Tinware for the Kitchen
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Infants' Knitted Carriage Set
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Oriental Drawn Work
           by Harriette S. Rogers
    • Tea Cart Embroideries
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Embroidered Cases for Everything from Shoes to Spoons
    • "Prosperity Bug" in Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Tatting for a Towel Border
           by Mary Custer
    • Daytime Pillow Slip
           by Emily H. Graham
    • Hostess and Guest Department:
      Hallowe'en Frolic
           by Hecate
      Halloween Games
           by M.D.
      At Home with Witches, Goblins
           by Marjorie March
  • FASHION
    • Blouses that Reflect New Style Ideas
    • Typical Fall Frocks for all Ages
    • Smart Styles for Misses, Children
    • Embroidered Dancing Frock of White Net
    • Embroidered Underwear
    • Adaptable Between-Season Waists
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Learning to Cook- Meats, Meat Sauces
      Roast Beef
      Braised Flank Steak
      Stewed Meat with Dumplings
      Pickled tongues
      Boiled Mutton
      Beaf and Vegetable Hot-Pot
      Beef Heart, stuffed and Roasted
      Aspic Jelly
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Marketing- From Field to Kitchen
           by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
    • Your Kitchen Color Scheme
           by Elise Ward Morris
    • Diary of a Busy Housewife
           by Mrs. S.E. Foulkes
    • Hallowe'en Notions
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Balanced Meals(recipes):
      Fresh Lima Bean Soup
      Quick Graham Bread
      Pear Salad
      Hot Water Sponge Cake
      Pimiento Loaf
      Pimiento Sauce
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems-
      Cool Weather Wraps
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 30, Issue #9: November 1916
Page Count: 54
Cover Artist: Towne
Notes:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Embroideries for Colonial Furniture
           by Emma L. Boardman
    • STORY:
      Just David, part 6
           by Eleanor H. Porter
    • Helps for Needleworkers
    • Training High School Girls to Think With Their Eyes
    • Pincushions, Coverings for the Dressing Table
    • with Shuttle and Hook(tatting)
           by Mrs. A.R. Kellner(tatting), Mrs. F.W. Kettelle, Alice Sweet Crawford, Mrs. H.W. Temple
    • Lingerie for Gift Making
           by Lois T. Rice
    • Simple Gifts for Baby(embroidery)
    • Knitted, Embroidered Gifts for Boy Scouts, Boys
    • Dozen Different Kinds of Bags
    • Things to Make for Men
    • To Please the Shut-in
    • Embroideries for Little Tots
    • Centrepiece with Netted Scallops
           by Mrs. F.M. Mulvaine
    • Baskets from Straw Matting, Lavender Stems
           by Pearl T. Fitch
    • Cut-Work Effect in Gray Stenciling
    • Filet Crochet Yoke in Points
           by Minerva C. Gamble
    • China- Bluebird Breakfast Set
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Crocheted Hat and Tam O'Shanter
           by Beatrice Brooks, Ollie B. Miller
    • What's In a Name? Emblem Marking
    • Filet Insertions for Towels
           by Hattie M. Loring
    • Why of the Increased Cost of Clothing
    • Shamrock Edging(crochet)
           by Edith Milton
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    • Separate Skirts, Blouses
    • Costumes and House Dresses
    • For Misses and Children
    • Embroidered Collars and Blouses
    • Crochet, Tatting and Embroidery on Dresses for Little Ones
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Poultry and Game
      Roast Fowl
      How to Lard
      Spring Chicken, Broiled
      Goose, Braised with Chestnuts
      Stewed Rabbit with Brown Sauce
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Preparing National Dishes in the Home
      Hungarian Goulash
      Spaghetti Milanaise
      Chile Con Carne
      Russian Bosh Soup
      Chop Suey
           by Christine McGaffey Frederick
    • Let Me Hand You a Lemon
           by Elizabeth D. Preston
    • Diary of a Busy Housewife, part 2
    • Evening Refreshments Without a Maid
      Creamed Scallops
      Poulet a la Reine
           by Jane Gates
    • Joy of Keeping Household Accounts
    • Developing Your Neck, Shoulders
           by Mrs. C. Eleanor Mathews
    • Balanced Menu for Family of Six(recipes):
      Bran Muffins
      Fowl en Casserole
      New Meadows Inn Cookies
      Cranberry Sauce
      Vanilla Ice Cream
      Hollyberry Salad
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems-
      Colds and Their Causes
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Filet Luncheon Cloth, Napkin
           by Mrs. F.W. Kettelle
    • Rug Making By Women of a Country Village
           by Edna Nicholl Rawson
    • STORY:
      Just David, Conclusion
           by Eleanor H. Porter
    • Helps for Needleworkers
    • Christmas Rose on Gifts for Baby, Big Sister(silk ribbon)
    • (filet)Crocheted, Embroidered Chair Backs(antimacassars)-
      Dragon by Marie Murray
           by Dorothy P. Page
    • Gifts to Make in One Evening
    • Gifts to Make in Two Evenings
    • Cretonne Patch Embroidery
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Jewel Cloth in the Dining Room
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • With Reed and Raffia
           by Cordelia J. Stanwood
    • With Kodak, Passe-partout Binding, Paint Brush
           by D. Elizabeth Robberts
    • Crocheted Yokes in Underwear
           by Gertrude Shockey, Mrs. M.L. Welsh, Anna Werfel Brown
    • Last Minute Suggestions for Bags and Baskets
    • Useful Gifts that Need Only to be Embroidered
    • Gift Aprons
    • Lunch Cloth and Napkin in Color
           by Alice Farnum Rea
    • Cases and Small Gifts in Leather
           by D. Elizabeth Robberts
    • Bead Bags
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • (7)Tatted Edges for Handkerchiefs
           by Leona Heins
    • Cleansing Worsteds
           by Penelope Kay
    • Painted China- Nursery Supper Set
           by M. Alethea Warren
    • Explanation of Crochet Stitches
    • Painted Window Boxes and flower Pots
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Tatting with the Crochet Hook
           by Maggie Ford
    • Work Bag and Embroidery Case
    • Oval Centrepiece
           by Lilah D. Baker
    • Crocheted Doily Set in Lover's Knot Stitch
           by Annie Gray
    • How I Earned Christmas Money Making Trays, Coasters
           by Clara S. Nichols
  • FASHION
    • Street Costumes
    • House Garments, Separate Blouses
    • Costumes for Misses and Children
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Christmas Baskets
           by Mary Harrod Northend
    • Selecting and Cooking Vegetables
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Diary of a Busy Housewife, part 3
    • "Equal to Fresh" from Cans
           by Lilly Johnson
    • Sandwiches for Luncheons and Teas:
      Chicken Salad
      Bacon Appetizer
      Celery and Red Pepper
      Nut and Celery
      Anchovy Salad
      Cabbage
    • New Ways of Making Hash:
      Beef Hash, Chateau
      Beef Hash, Au Gratin
      Beef Hash, Creole
      Corned Beef and Vegetable Hash
      Beef Hash, Marcel
      Chicken Hash, Au Gratin
      Lamb Hash and Sausage
      Lamb Hash, American
      Lamb Hash, Espagnole
      East Indian Mutton Hash
      Fish Hash
           by Marion Stillwell
    • Transformation of a Bedroom
           by A.L. Miller
    • Balanced Menus(recipes):
      Salmon Soup
      Rice Cakes
      Potatoes Marshall
      Boiled Tongue with Macedoine of Vegetables
      Economical Muffins
      Spinach with Hollandaise Sauce
      Lentil Cakes
      Boothbay Pudding
      Lemon Cake Pie
           by Fannie Merritt Farmer
    • Tested Household Devices
           by Isobel Brands
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems-
      The Expectant Mother
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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    • Tested Household Devices
           by Applecroft Experiment Station
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
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           by Applecroft Experiment Station
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
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    • Tested Household Devices
           by Applecroft Experiment Station
    • The Priscilla Surprise Club
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Shall We Have Stories?
    • Helps for Needleworkers
    • East Indian Embroidery
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Crochet for Dining Room, Bedroom
           by Eleanor M. Lucas, Nancie E. Greenough, G.M. and G.M. Dresser, Hattie M. Loring
    • Linen's for the Bride's Chest
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Lingerie for the Bride
           by Evelyn A. Desguin
    • Filet Crochet for the Living-Room-
      Peacocks, flowers
           by Eleanor M. Lucas, Isabel B. Gates, Mrs. Carol Clark
    • China for the Bride
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Uses for Simple Tatted Medallions
           by Lois Formance
    • Japanese Tea Cloth, Napkins
           by Ethelyn J. Morris
    • Chrysanthemum Pillow for Living Room
           by Sonja Danfelt
    • Needle Tatting
           by Mrs. M.E. Rozelle
    • April Showers for June Brides
    • Bedroom Accessories Made of Cretonne Doily Cloth
    • Pull-on Sweater(knit)
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Crocheted(over heavy cord) Table Mats
           by Mrs. F.M. Hood
    • Two Twenty-two-Inch Centrepieces
           by Marie Walker
    • Gifts the Bride Can Make for Her Bridesmaids
    • New Summer Blouse of Voile
    • Forget-me-not Edging(crochet)
           by Sadie V. Pickering
    • Checked Toweling Embroideries for the Bride's Kitchen
    • Hats to be Smart Must be Embroidered
    • Yoke,Cuffs in Embroidered Filet
           by Mrs. W.F. Peeler
    • Black, White Patterns for Filet Crochet
    • Crocheted Bead Necklace
    • ENTERTAINING:
      A Captain Kidd Announcement Party
           by Martha
  • FASHION
    • Suggestion for the Bride's Wardrobe
    • Aprons for Brides and All Housekeepers
    • Summer Styles for Little Folks
    • All-Important Points in Lingerie
    • Adjusting the Corset Correctly
    • Present Styles in Hair-Dressing
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Bridal Silver- In Quantity, Quality and Design
           by Rachel Abbott
    • Preparing Salads and Salad Dressings
      Mixed Fruit Salad
      Dandelion Salad
      Halibut Salad
      Beet Salad
      Watermelon, Cherry and Marshamallow Salad
      Watercress Salad
      Shrimp and Pimiento Salad
      Oyster and Celery Salad
      St. James's Salad
           by Marion Harris Neil
    • Planning Meals for Family
      Easter Almond Rolls
      Veal and Ham with Nut Brown Sauce
      Grape Juice Ice
      Gumbo Soup
      Lettuce with Russian Dressing
      Potato Chickens
      English Monkey
      Asparagus with Mousselaine Sauce
           by Alice Bradley
    • Bride's Luncheon Table
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Uncle Sam's Experimental Work- The Common Potato
    • Saving Way of Buying House Linen
           by Isobal Brands
    • Making Old Firniture Like New
           by Gordon Hastings
    • Food Value of Peanuts with New Recipes
      Peanut Tomato Soup
      Peanut Loaf
      Peanuts and Macaroni
      Peanut Rice Loaf
      Peanut Bran Bread
      Peanut Corn Pudding
      Scalloped Potatoes with Nuts
      Peanut Pudding
      Salad Dressing
      Peanut Muffins
      Peanut Biscuit
      Peanut Potato Roast with Cheese
      Peanut Molasses Taffy
           by Elizabeth Irving
    • Breakfast-Getting Made Easy
           by Jane Gates
    • Verses for an Engagement Shower
           by Alice Cromwell-Hoffman
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      IN MEMORIAM: Isaiah Clarkson Parrott
    • Choosing a Vocation
           by Jane A. Delano
    • Helps for Needleworkers
    • Correct Way to Mark Linen for the War Bride
      Ed. by Christine A Ferry
    • Monograms
           by Lilian Barton Wilson
    • Suggestions for Christmas Giving:
      Enameled Glass
           by Gertrude S. Twichell
    • Carriage Set in Eiderdown and Other Things for Baby
    • Colors to Brighten Up the Living Room(embroidery)
    • Revival of Weaving Among the Mountain Women
           by Harriet Cushman Wilkie
    • Household linens, but All Cotton
    • Comforts for War Workers(knitting)
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • Eleventh Hour Gifts of Distinction
    • Last Minute Gifts in Crochet
    • Comforts for Cold Weather
    • Artistic Boxes for Christmas
           by May Belle Brooks
    • Priscilla's Page of Popular Patterns
  • FASHION
    • Keynote of Fashion is Simplicity
           by Ethel D. Hayden
    • Ways to Be Fashionable And Conserve
    • Frocks That Know How to Combine Material
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Winning the War by Household Efficiency, section II
    • Keep Household Accounts and Save for Liberty
           by S. Agnes Donham
    • Something Different in Christmas Meats
      Truss and Roast a Goose
      Potato Stuffing
      Cider Apple Sauce
      Roast Wild Duck
      Peanut Stuffing for Duck
      Cook a Tough Duck
      Orange Sauce for Duck
      Chestnut STuffing for Goose
      Roast Guinea Hen
      Raisin Stuffing
      Roast Crown of Pork with Brown Betty
      Rabbit a la Southern
      Pigeon Pie
      War Pastry
           by Alice Bradley
    • Common Sense vs Calories
      Lentil Soup
      Corn Chowder
      Baked Lentils
      Nut-Rice Souffle
      Kidney Bean Roast
           by Margaret Hatfeild Chase
    • Menus for Every Day
      rice Cakes
      Dumplings for Three
      Cottage Cheese and Nut Loaf
      Peanut Butter Fritters
      Congress Salad
      Fruit Blanc-Mange
      Banana Dessert
      Corn Puff
    • Winter Vegetables and Attractive Ways of Serving Them
      Fried Spinach
      Chateau Potatoes
      Nut Loaf
      Stuffed Peppers on Rice
      The Carrot
      Fried Potatoes with Tomatoes
      Scalloped Carrots
      Planked Fish
           by Lillian S. DeWolfe
    • CHRISTMAS STORY:
      The Archangel and Mary
           by Dean Hodges
    • Editors' HOme Diary of Guaranteed Food Stuffs
      Minute Rarebit
      Instant Soup
      Maple Custard
      Sugarless Frosting
    • Kitchen Mining of War Fuel
           by U.S. Fuel Admin.
    • Cooking Meats in Conservation Days
      White Sauce
      Milk Gravy
      Meat Gravy
      Barley Noodles
           by Frances Lowe Smith
    • Two Practical Christmas Gifts a Man Can Make:
      Workshop Case and Trunk
           by Roscoe B. Thomas
    • That Leg O'Lamb
           by Florence Taft Eaton
    • Why We Should Bathe Internally
           by R.W. Beal
    • Thrift Problems
    • Paper Conservation Contest
    • Sugarless Sweets(recipes):
      Honey Popcorn Balls
      Candied Ginger
      Maple Creams
      French Candy
      To Cover with Chocolate Coat
      Fruit Squares
      Fig Drops
      Fruit confections
      Uncooked Fudge
      Chocolate Taffy
      Molasses Taffy
      Stuffed Prunes
      Peanut Brittle
      Candied Orange Peel
      Fig Walnuts
      Coconut Fruit Squares
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
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           by Aunt Priscilla
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  • FANCY WORK
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      Trolly conductor Who Make Filet Lace:
      Charles Wallace, Garden City, L.I.
           by Harriet Sisson Gillespie
    • Adventures in Thrift:
      Problem as Solved by Old Stockings
    • Beautiful Luncheon Set in Cut-work(basket and ribbons)
           by Evelyn Desguin
    • Knitting with Cotton instead of Wool
    • White Bedroom Linens Hemstitched, Embroidered and Lace trimmed
    • Suggestions for Kiddies' party
           by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • Living Room Set in Cluny Crochet
           by Elsa Barsaloux
    • When Ribbon Competes with First Honors
           by Maria La Spina
    • Under Garments Designed for Busy Women
    • Practical Helps for Home Needleworkers
    • Covers for Dining-Room and Library Tables
    • Reusing Sweater Yarn
    • Fancy Weaves in Cotton Fabrics Meet Many Requirements
           by Lois Tolman Rice
    • Patriotic Design(Eagle/Shield) for Chair Back(filet crochet)
    • Unique Motor Service Pillow(crochet)
    • Lovely Set of colored Linens
    • Smart New Middy, Hair Bows, Collar
    • Priscilla's Page of Popular Patterns(embroidery)
    • Home Made Rugs in Varied Styles,
      Bed Coverlets Patched and Otherwise
           by Mary H. Northend
  • FASHION
    • Convincing Garments for Early Spring
    • Tunics And Panels We May Not Escape
    • Frocks for School and Vacation Days
    • Comfortable Garments to Wear at Home
    • Early Events in Spring Wearing Apparel are Straight and Slim
           by Ethel D. Hayden
  • EVERYDAY HOUSEKEEPING
    • Household Efficiency:
      Nut Bread
      Potato Stuffed with Sausage
      Orange Sponge
      Crumb Bread
      Thrift Fritters
      Quick Raisin Bread
      Baked Tonge
      Brown Bread
      Cheese and Potato Cakes
      Conservation Croquettes
    • Suggestive Menus for Two Weeks:
      Cheese Dreams
      Apples, Italian Style
      Eggs a la Goldenrod
      Potato Pudding
      Chateau Potatoes
      Scalloped Carrots
      Jellied Chicken
      Candied Sweet Potatoes
      Sweet Scones
      Orange Pin Wheels
      Macaroni and cheese
      Baked Apples Stuffed with Bananas
      Fruit Puff
      Steamed Eggs
    • House plans
           by Chas. Godfrey Pettit Jr.
    • War and Peace in Home Furnishing
           by Helen e. Cleaves
    • Plan Your Victory Garden Early
           by LeRoy Cady
    • Recipes Discovered in Conservation Days:
      Griddle Cakes
      Muffins I-III
      Bran Muffins
      Raisin Rye Muffins
      Graham Biscuit
      Rye Biscuit
      Quick Bread
      Bread with Potato Yeast
      Graham Spice Cake
      Turkish Pilaf
      Turkish Eggs
      Crumb Cakes
      Chinese Rice Cakes
      Oat Wafers
      Corn-Meal Muffins and Dates
      Molasses Sauce
           by Frances Lowe Smith
    • Meals in a Hurry
           by Jane Gates
    • Our Daily Soup:
      Milk Soup with Celery
      Puree of Green Peas
      Salmon Bisque
      Fish Soup
      For Luncheon
      Beef Soup
      Potato Soup
      Chicken Soup
      Tomato Soup
      Oyster Soup
      French Soup
      Milk Soup
      Vegetable Soup
      Parlsey Soup
      Bean Soup
      Salsify Soup
           by Mrs. Louisa A'hmuty Nash
    • Watch Your Lights, Save Fuel
           by U.S. Fuel Admin.
    • Books Worth Owning
    • Editor's Home Diary
      Testing food products
    • Food Instead of Medicine
           by U.S. Fuel Admin.
    • Let's Keep Household Accounts, part III
           by S.Agnes Donham
    • ENTERTAINING:
      George Washington Birthday Party
           by Martha Haskell Clark
    • Modern Equipment for Washing and Ironing
           by L.Ray Balderston
    • Furnishing the Priscilla Proving Plant
           by Beth Russell
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Mother Problems
           by Maude Kent, M.D.
    • Priscilla Juniors
           by Aunt Priscilla
    • CLASSIFIEDS

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Volume 34, 1920: 12 Monthly Issues


THIS YEAR IS PARTIALLY BLOCKED - I HAVE 2 ISSUES

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Notes: Their lead article is a discussion about women voting for the first time. There is a full page ad run by the Republican National Committee...

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  • ARTICLES
    • LEAD ARTICLE:
      The Distaff Side of the Ticket
    • STORY:
      Money, Love and Kate, 2nd Installmant
            by Eleanor H Porter
    • Helps for Housekeepers
    • Murray Bay handicrafts
            by Antonia J Stemple
    • Bravely Bedight with Ribbons Bright
    • Stretching Christmas Dollars(embroidery),
      By the Magic of Needlecraft(embroidery),
      Answering Christmas Questionnaires(embroidery),
      The Newer Color Ideas(embroidery),
      Reviewing Gift Favorites(embroidery),
      For Baby's Tree(embroidery)
    • Paintcraft Economics and Joys
            stencils by Patten Beard
    • Gifts of Hand-Decorated Ivory
            by Elizabeth MacKenzie Roth
    • HOUSEKEEPING
            from Priscilla Proving Plant
    • The Comfortable Home
            by Elizabeth Beach Lovett
    • Our Babies, part 13
            discoveries by Our Readers
    • Why We Should Bathe Internally
            by RW Beal
  • FASHION
    • Priscilla's Dresses for the Season
    • New Blouses and Skirts
    • For the Younger Set
    • If You Are One and Twenty
    • Reducing the Tailor's Bill(men's and boy's fashions)
    • The Kind of Frocks You Like to Own
            by Ethel D Hayden
  • NEEDLEARTS:
    • Elegance for the Festal Board-
      Cherry Cutwork and Filet Crochet Centrepiece
            by WA Dickey
    • PATTERNS:
      Christmas Things Crocheted-
      (2)Filet Crochet Talcum Powder Can Covers
      New Beaded Bag
      Rose Medallion Bag
      Daisy Camisole Top
      Asbestos Mat Cover
      The Pointed Yoke
      Lovely Evening Scarf
      Fine Towel Inserts, Marker
    • PATTERN:
      Crochet Motif Plays Many Parts
            by Gertrude Shockey
    • PATTERN:
      Tatted Things To Give Away-
      Apron
            by Florence B Liggett Tatted Coat Collar
    • PATTERN:
      Reconstructed Fabrics
            by Anna Nott-shook
    • PATTERN:
      Dainty Cross-Bar Filet(crochet)
            by Janie Bright
    • PATTERN:
      New Skating Cap(crochet)
    • PATTERN:
      Snug Slip-On(crochet)
    • To Curtain Your Windows(net darning)
    • PATTERN:
      Nonchalant Neddy- Crochet Donkey with Panniers
      Ansac Anna- Kangaroo(crochet)
  • DIET AND RECIPES:
    • Pilgrim Cookery, Lexxon 9
            by Mary J Lincoln
    • Tercentenary Thanksgiving Dinner(recipes):
      Star of Hope Salad
      Colony Brown Bread
      Colony Pumpkin Pie
      Cornbread
      Chestnut Stuffing
            by Priscilla Proving Plant
    • Thanksgiving Stunts and Sweets(recipes):
      Almond Marshmallow Fudge
      Popcorn Balls
      Maple Creams
      Dipped Chocolate Fruit
      Maple Candy
      Fig Candy
      Peanut Penoche

            by Priscilla Proving Plant
    • Healthful Diet for a Week
    • Aristocratic Ways with Vulgar Cabbage(recipes):
      Cabbage au Gratin
      Cabbage in Hollandaise Sauce
      Stuffed Cabbage
      Cabbage in Dutch Style
      Fried Cabbage
            by Caroline B King
    • For November(recipes):
      Roast Chicken Loaf
      Chop Suey
      Salad de Luxe
      Spanish Codfish
      Buttercup Jelly
      Asparagus Croquettes
      Banana Cream Sherbet
      Bermuda Salad
      Stuffed Ham
    • One-Dish Meals with Dessert(recipes):
      Oyster Loaf
      Cranberry Pie
      Rice Fritters
      Creamed Onions
      Chocolate Pudding
      Lima Mound
      Mock Mince Pie
      Lincoln Cream Toast
      Washington Pie
      Escalloped Eggs
      Brown Pudding
      Rice Mold
      Pastry meat Timbales
      Savory Meat Pie
            by Mary Knaggs Stone
    • Using Canned Vegetables(recipes):
      Spanish Souffle
      Beets
      Lyonnaise String Beans
      Creole Lima Beans
            by Frances Lowe Smith
    • Priscilla Juniors
            by Aunt Priscilla

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