And the history of Mason jars.
A practical recipe to have around in the 1920s.
It’s missing the first and last sentences, but I can fix that.
Three of the random scraps of wisdom in this box.
It’s a treatment, not a cure, of course.
Well, this certainly would be, uhm, fragrant.
Most of these actually work, believe it or not.
Basic home economics etiquette, circa 1930.
I’m not sure if this information is still valid, but I’m guessing it’s not what a pediatrician would recommend.
This is probably a good time to get to know Catherine Nichepor a little better.
Don’t use these instructions.
Again, just for historical interest.