Historic (rec.food.historic) Discussing and discovering how food was made and prepared way back when--From ancient times down until (& possibly including or even going slightly beyond) the times when industrial revolution began to change our lives.

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Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

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"Jean B." wrote:

Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

Thanks,
--
Jean B.


The school was founded in 1879. Mary Lincoln was director from
1879--1885. Ms Dearborn seems to have been the second director, so from
1885 to her death in 1891. She was certainly in post from 1889--1891.
That's from a biography of Fannie Farmer, who succeeded Dearborn.

That's all I got
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Arri London wrote:

"Jean B." wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

Thanks,
--
Jean B.


The school was founded in 1879. Mary Lincoln was director from
1879--1885. Ms Dearborn seems to have been the second director, so from
1885 to her death in 1891. She was certainly in post from 1889--1891.
That's from a biography of Fannie Farmer, who succeeded Dearborn.

That's all I got


Thanks, Arri. I also got a good response in my email. I was just
trying to pin down a date range for a little booklet I got.

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Jean B.
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"Jean B." wrote:

Arri London wrote:

"Jean B." wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

Thanks,
--
Jean B.


The school was founded in 1879. Mary Lincoln was director from
1879--1885. Ms Dearborn seems to have been the second director, so from
1885 to her death in 1891. She was certainly in post from 1889--1891.
That's from a biography of Fannie Farmer, who succeeded Dearborn.

That's all I got


Thanks, Arri. I also got a good response in my email. I was just
trying to pin down a date range for a little booklet I got.

--
Jean B.


Did all the dates agree?
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On Sat, 27 Mar 2010 20:38:31 -0400, Jean B. wrote:

Arri London wrote:

"Jean B." wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

Thanks,
--
Jean B.


The school was founded in 1879. Mary Lincoln was director from
1879--1885. Ms Dearborn seems to have been the second director, so from
1885 to her death in 1891. She was certainly in post from 1889--1891.
That's from a biography of Fannie Farmer, who succeeded Dearborn.

That's all I got


Thanks, Arri. I also got a good response in my email. I was just
trying to pin down a date range for a little booklet I got.


Scan it and post it. A lot of us would be interested in whatever it
is. And it's most certainly out of copyright, even with any
renewals.

-sw


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On Tue, 30 Mar 2010 21:16:16 -0500, Sqwertz
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Thanks, Arri. I also got a good response in my email. I was just
trying to pin down a date range for a little booklet I got.

Scan it and post it. A lot of us would be interested in whatever it
is. And it's most certainly out of copyright, even with any
renewals.

If you do decide to post it, alt.binaries.cooking would be the best
place. (It won't get propagated in this non-binary newsgroup.)

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On Wed, 31 Mar 2010 06:12:12 +0300, Opinicus wrote:

If you do decide to post it, alt.binaries.cooking would be the best
place. (It won't get propagated in this non-binary newsgroup.)


I think you mean alt.binaries.food, a very active group. You could
also post it on any number of picture sites. Most of them should
accept BMP, TIF, and PDF.

-sw
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If you do decide to post it, alt.binaries.cooking would be the best
place. (It won't get propagated in this non-binary newsgroup.)


I think you mean alt.binaries.food, a very active group.


I wasn't aware of alt.binaries.food. Thanks for pointing me to it.
It's certainly a lot more active than alt.binaries.cooking!

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Arri London wrote:

"Jean B." wrote:
Arri London wrote:
"Jean B." wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

Thanks,
--
Jean B.
The school was founded in 1879. Mary Lincoln was director from
1879--1885. Ms Dearborn seems to have been the second director, so from
1885 to her death in 1891. She was certainly in post from 1889--1891.
That's from a biography of Fannie Farmer, who succeeded Dearborn.

That's all I got

Thanks, Arri. I also got a good response in my email. I was just
trying to pin down a date range for a little booklet I got.

--
Jean B.


Did all the dates agree?


Not totally. I'll take the conservative approach until I can
check things out.

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Jean B.
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Sqwertz wrote:
On Sat, 27 Mar 2010 20:38:31 -0400, Jean B. wrote:

Arri London wrote:
"Jean B." wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

Thanks,
--
Jean B.
The school was founded in 1879. Mary Lincoln was director from
1879--1885. Ms Dearborn seems to have been the second director, so from
1885 to her death in 1891. She was certainly in post from 1889--1891.
That's from a biography of Fannie Farmer, who succeeded Dearborn.

That's all I got

Thanks, Arri. I also got a good response in my email. I was just
trying to pin down a date range for a little booklet I got.


Scan it and post it. A lot of us would be interested in whatever it
is. And it's most certainly out of copyright, even with any
renewals.

-sw


Sigh. That will be a new realm for me to explore.

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Jean B.


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On Thursday, March 25, 2010 10:21:06 PM UTC-4, Jean B. wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone here know the years that Carrie M. Dearborn was
principal of the Boston Cooking School? (I am trying to date
something.)

Thanks,
--
Jean B.


Hi Jean,
I'd be interested in anything that you have found or dug up on Carrie Dearborn. She was my great Aunt :O)
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Funny I randomly searched for Carrie Dearborn again and came upon your response to my original post. Yes I'm actually a Registered Dietitian prior to even knowing my great great aunt's history or my great great grandmother who also taught women how to cook! Interesting right? If you were able to find anything else out feel free to send it to . :-)


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