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SORBY, Miss Edith
The entry for Miss Edith Sorby on page 97 of EpicureDir 1899 describes her as a teacher of domestic economy with a Full First-Class Diploma, 13 February 1891, National Union Sheffield. Her position is recorded as Teacher for Oxford City Technical School; her address, 4 Peel Terrace, Wilkinson Street, Sheffield. In EpicureDir 1909 her post is now Head of Science Department, Oxford City Technical School. Her address remains the same.
- Handbook of wholesome cookery
Handbook | of | wholesome cookery, | for | household use and technical instruction. | By | Edith Sorby, | Diplomate (1st Class), "Northern Union Schools of Cookery;" | teacher in cookery, &c., to the elementary and | technical schools of Oxford. | Price # one shilling.
Sheffield: J. Robertshaw, Printer; 1894
16.5 x 10.5 cm Pp [i-ii] iii-iv,  2-88 1s Brown cloth with kitchen utensils on front
GB: LB destroyed *LoEN OB
Handbook | of | wholesome cookery | for | household use and technical | instruction | by | Edith Sorby | Diplomate (1st Class), Northern Union Schools of Cookery; | Domestic Lecturer to the Oxford City | Technical School. | Second edition, enlarged.
Oxford: B. H. Blackwell; London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co; 1903
18.5 x 12.0 cm Pp [i-vii] viii,  2-100 Blue cloth with 2 pair of crossed knife and fork on front
Bib: A196 B442
GB: LB destroyed *LCF LoEN OB
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