by May B. Van Arsdale - 1916
The contribution of the department of foods and cookery to the Shakespeare Celebration was the dispensing of Elizabethan hospitality, and the display, both in exhibition cases and hi actual use, of many features of the housekeeping of the period. As this involved not only the consistent effort of the whole department, but cooperation with other departments, as fine arts, and textiles and clothing, an account of the various steps taken may be of interest.
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