Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Afternoon at U of M's Clements Library by Kitchen Chick
Kitchen Chick writes about her 2006 eGullet Heartland Gathering, that included a trip to the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive at the Clements Library at the University of Michigan.
If you attended the University of Michigan, as I did, the Clements Library is one of those mysterious buildings that all students look at but most never dare to enter. The beautiful Italian Renaissance style building set on its spacious lawn is home to the American history and culture collections that span from the fifteenth to the early twentieth century, including the Culinary Archive.Read An Afternoon at the Clements by Kitchen Chick
Visit the William L. Clements Library
Read about the William L. Clements Library Building, designed in the Italian Renaissance style by noted Detroit architect Albert Kahn
Clements Library's Current Exhibit (July 5 through Sept. 29): "Patriotic Fare: Bunker Hill Pickles, Abe Lincoln Tomatoes, Washington Crisps and Uncle Sam Apples" - Washington, Lincoln and Franklin as advertising pitchmen
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