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Edward Barton

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3779
Scope and Contents Materials relating to the Edward Barton and family include information about Michigan Fiber-Optic Cable Litigation, ca. 2004; information on sheep farming and 4-H; Plainwell School reunion information, 1950s-2000s; brochure with recipes from the Red Brick Inn, Plainwell, Michigan, 1940s-1950s. Edward Barton family correspondence and photographs both color and black-and-white. Parent Education Club and Michigan Mother's Manuel, 1940s-1950s.

Ella Sheldon Rogers Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3395
Abstract The collection is composed of one five-year diary owned by Ella Sheldon Rogers (1874-1944) who spent the last 14 years of her life in the Michigan cities of Kalamazoo and Delton. The collection additionally has two letters from Ella's son-in-law Leon Leonard, a diploma for her daughter Eloyse Rogers Leonard, their marriage certificate and a family cookbook compiled for Eloyse Rogers Leonard along with a few single sheets.

Kalamazoo Creamery Company Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3701
Scope and Contents “This leaflet and recipes are provided you through the courtesy of your milkman,” and explains the correct way to whip cream and how to use it to enhance different dishes and desserts. When whipping cream, day old heavy whipping cream is the best to use and has to be cold (32-44 degrees) and the bowl and whipper must also be chilled. If the cream becomes too warm (48 degrees or warmer) it will likely turn to butter. Whipping forces air between the clusters of fat globules and the more air...