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She was found in a box of photographs. For the most part they were all unidentified, but I suspect someone out there might know who this performer is--if so, please share. Klapper is also proving a bit difficult to track down, which is rare. Usually, there is some obtainable information about photographers. If I find anything, I will be sure to update. Until then, enjoy. Best, Pat Earnest 9 September 2015 Dover, Delaware PPPPSSSTTT: As always, tell your friends about Passed Time. We love to hear from new people.
Bruise half a dozen sticks of liquorice, pour a pint of boiling water over them, and let them steep, under a close cover, until the water is cold.
This was found under the "Preparations for Invalids" section, but does not say when one should drink "liquorice" tea or what symptoms it might treat.
Taken from The Practical Cook Book; Containing Upwards of One Thousand Receipts: Consisting of Directions for Selecting, Preparing and Cooking all Kinds of Meats, Fish, Poultry, and Game, Soups, Breads, Vegetables and Salads. Also for the Making of all Kinds of Plain and Fancy Breads, Pastries, Puddings, Cakes, Creams, Ices, Jellies, Preserves, Marmalades, etc. etc. etc. Together with Various Miscellaneious Receipts, and Numerous Preparations for Invalids. By Mrs. Bliss, Philadephia, E. Claxton and Company, 920 Market Street, 1882. page. 288
As I was studying the Gemrig family, known for providing the Union Army with surgical instruments during the Civil War, I was reminded of a moment with my kids. Our middle child usually is a quiet and laid back kind of kid. He is frequently found lost in his own thoughts and adrift in his own little world. He can, well...he marches to his own drum. Let's just leave it at that.
When the children were young I took them to a Civil War reenactment. We entered a tent where two soldiers were rolling around on cots in obvious pain. Another was sitting dazedly against a center post. A long table was set up, littered with various surgical instruments and next to that table was a bucket strewn with body parts. Two men stood behind the table, their aprons bloodied, when one of them asked my kids, "Can you tell what I do?" Before anyone else could speak, Middle Child proudly piped up, "You are a chef!"
Best, Pat Earnest Dover, Delaware 27 August 2015
1. Pour half a pint of boiling water upon one table-spoonful of the best TAMARINDS, cover them closely, and let them steep until they are cold.
2. Pour half a pint of boiling water upon one table-spoonful of CURRANT JELLY, and stir until the jelly is all dissolved.
3. CRANBERRIES and BARBERRIES may be used in the same way to make very refreshing acid drinks for persons recovering from fevers. Pat Earnest, Dover, Delaware 24 August 2015
Taken from The Practical Cook Book; Containing Upwards of One Thousand Receipts: Consisting of Directions for Selecting, Preparing and Cooking all Kinds of Meats, Fish, Poultry, and Game, Soups, Breads, Vegetables and Salads. Also for the Making of all Kinds of Plain and Fancy Breads, Pastries, Puddings, Cakes, Creams, Ices, Jellies, Preserves, Marmalades, etc. etc. etc. Together with Various Miscellaneious Receipts, and Numerous Preparations for Invalids. By Mrs. Bliss, Philadephia, E. Claxton and Company, 920 Market Street, 1882. page 286
This is the recipe, also shown in a longer article on Passed Time if you want backstory. I would love to credit the newspaper that contained this clipping, but I cannot find it. In any event, enjoy. Pat Earnest Dover, Delaware 19 August 2015
PS--Feel free to share this, but we would really appreciate any credit coming to Passed Time.
The following recipe is a contribution made by Helen Millham of Fullerton, Pennsylvania, to an anonymous newspaper. As it turns out, Millham was a somewhat prolific writer who contributed not only recipes, but advice and anecdotes to periodicals across America. (full Passed Time article) Enjoy the recipe. Pat Earnest Dover, Delaware 17 August 2015
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Some of my fondest memories are of camping out on Lake Mead with my grandfather (inarguably the best grandfather in the world) and grandmother (ditto), as well as my parents and sometimes a uncle or two. My younger brother was there too, but as the oldest child it was my duty to consider him a hindrance, as such, I don't remember his involvement much. Of course, he was very young and probably not allowed to do the activities in which I was involved.
Even now, more than a third of a century later, I can remember hearing coyotes yipping in the background at night, the pleasure of sitting around the campfire while the adults chatted, fishing with grandpa and dad, and walking around looking for rattlers and scorpions, just to look. But the best of all? Grandpa took us to a little store and bought us packs of Wrigley's chewing gum. Nothing can make a kid feel as special as a grandparent treating you to something not allowed in the family home.*
Although the thought of a ghost town being revealed is exciting, having such remarkable memories attached to Lake Mead makes the event bittersweet at best.
*If there are kids reading this, you parents are right and sugar will rot your teeth.
Link to Ghost Town Emerges from Lake Mead as reported on CNN by unknown author.
From Conan O'Brien to Peter Dinklage, celebrities just seem to have a thing for time travel. Here are some photos from my collection of even more famous time travelers.
I had a hard time finding a good comparison photo. It seems Mr. Lillard does not like keeping a straight face.
Actual time traveler Shia LaBeouf.
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