Tagged: The Chronicle

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Cider Making in the 1870s

Excerpted from The Chronicle,  Vol. 29 No. 2, June, 1976 By Daniel B. Reibel Apples were a favorite fruit of American farms. The trees would grow anywhere and they did not require a great...

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EAIA Today

We are nearing the end of summer here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It is hot, humid and we suffer from occasional showers and downpours which seem to run right off. But September...

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James Wilson, Pennsylvania Chairmaker

Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. 32, No. 4, December 1979 By Donald L. Tuttle and Joyce Baudin, Illustrations by Linda Scharf-Jones Chairmaking in small shops in eastern Pennsylvania reached its peak shortly after the...

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Baby Walkers

Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. 23, No. 1, March 1960 by Edward Durrell Perhaps you could not call a baby walker a tool but it certainly isn’t a toy and I am sure in...

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The Black Arte

From The Chronicle Volume XII, No. 1, March 1959 by Eloise Stedman Meyers When you broil that juicy steak over a charcoal fire in your backyard, have you ever thought what an import­ant part...

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The Bath Tub Hoax

From The Chronicle Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1938 By Joseph E. Sandford [Mr. H.’ L. Mencken, to whom I sub­mitted the following article for his com­ments, has written me as follows: “So far...