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WILSON, Mrs Sarah P. and Miss Bella Coysh   

  • Tested recipes
  • Subjects: fund-raising,

    • 1. Tested | recipes. | Being a number of recipes sent by friends, | together with monetary contributions, | on behalf of the New Church Building | Fund. | Unity Church, | Coatsworth Road, | Gateshead.
      Gateshead: [1910];
      20.5 x 12.5 cm   Pp [i-ii] tp, [1-3] 4-112 [113-114]   Brown paper with floral border on front  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

      The dedication on page 1 is signed "Mrs. Sarah P. Wilson. Miss Bella Coysh. Mid-summer, 1910."
      Pages 94-98, entitled "Hints for home comfort, etc", contain proverbs and poems about food. There is also a political statement against women's fight for the vote which is disguised as a recipe and which begins, "Take a fresh, young suffragette...."

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