Sarah Field Splint

Sarah Field Splint (1883–1959) was an American author, editor, domestic science consultant, and feminist.[2][3]

Sarah Field Splint
Sarah Field Splint, 1917 – 1918
Sarah Field Splint, 1917 – 1918
Born1883
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania[1]
Died1959
OccupationFeminist writer
LanguageAmerican English
NationalityAmerican
Literary movementSecond Wave Feminism

BiographyEdit

Sarah Field Splint, of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, was an alumnus of Colby College.[1] From 1914 to 1919 she was the editor of the magazine "Today's Housewife", published in Cooperstown, New York.[4] She served as chief of the Home Conservation Division of the Food Conservation Division of the United States Food Administration,[5] designing the USFA uniform, later known as the Hoover apron.[6] Splint was an editor of Woman's Home Companion, Managing Editor of The Woman's Magazine,[7] 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.[1] She died in 1959.

Selected worksEdit

  • 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

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Colby Alumnus Vol . 40, No. 1: October 1950". Colby College. p. 19. Retrieved 15 November 2016.
  2. ^ Driver 2008, p. 659.
  3. ^ Marks 2010, p. 27.
  4. ^ http://www.magazineart.org/magazines/t/todayshousewife.html Magazine Art profile of "Today's Housewife"
  5. ^ Rossiter 1984, p. 120.
  6. ^ Goldstein 2012, p. 50, 190, 314.
  7. ^ The Woman's Magazine 1914, p. front cover.

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