Sarah Field Splint
Sarah Field Splint
Sarah Field Splint, 1917 – 1918
|Literary movement||Second Wave Feminism|
Sarah Field Splint, of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, was an alumnus of Colby College. From 1914 to 1919 she was the editor of the magazine "Today's Housewife", published in Cooperstown, New York. She served as chief of the Home Conservation Division of the Food Conservation Division of the United States Food Administration, designing the USFA uniform, later known as the Hoover apron. Splint was an editor of Woman's Home Companion, Managing Editor of The Woman's Magazine, and a member of the staff of The Delineator. She associated with feminist group, Heterodoxy, having favored suffrage. Splint donated to her alma mater's library a collection of the works of Sarah Orne Jewett. She died in 1959.
- 192?, The Rumford modern methods of cooking; delicious and savory dishes ...
- 1922, Time-saving cookery
- 1923, What you gain by using Dairylea milk : recipes and budget
- 1925, Master-recipes : a new time-saving method of cookery : prepared in McCall's laboratory-kitchen, Sarah Field Splint, Director
- 1925, What to serve at parties : menus and recipes for parties of every kind : prepared in McCall's laboratory-kitchen, Sarah Field Splint, Director
- 1926, Pies and pastries : icings and frostings
- 1926, The art of cooking and serving
- 1926, Some hints on deep fat frying
- 1926, Smoothtop cookery with gas, the modern fuel
- 1929, 199 selected recipes
- 1930, Salads, suppers, picnics : a book of delicious and time saving dishes made with Premier Salad Dressing
- 1930, A manual of cookery in 12 chapters as applied to classroom work
- 1931, Table service and accessories
- 1935, 65 prize recipes from the South : a collection of prize-winning recipes, proved favorites from Southern homes
- "Colby Alumnus Vol . 40, No. 1: October 1950". Colby College. p. 19. Retrieved 15 November 2016.
- Driver 2008, p. 659.
- Marks 2010, p. 27.
- http://www.magazineart.org/magazines/t/todayshousewife.html Magazine Art profile of "Today's Housewife"
- Rossiter 1984, p. 120.
- Goldstein 2012, p. 50, 190, 314.
- The Woman's Magazine 1914, p. front cover.
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