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A handwritten letter from Paul W. Bond addressed to Alfred L. Shoemaker, dated March 15, 1954. Within, Bond provides an answer posed by Shoemaker's television program regarding a bone mill and describes how his father used bones in cooking.
Paul W. Bond
Alfred L. Shoemaker
ATT! - DR. SHOEMAKER
WHILE SITTING AT HOME WATCHING YOUR PROGRAMME YOUR ASSISTANT ASKED FOR THE NAME OF A MACHINE THAT HE SHOWED TO THE VIEWERS. THAT LOOKED TO ME LIKE THE OLD BONE MILL THAT I USED TO WORK WITH BACK IN 1906. DAD DID NOT THROW ANY BONES AWAY HE HAD A SPECIAL DISH FOR POULTRY IN WHICH THE BONE MEAL WAS MIXED.
ICH DADE SELLA CONTRAPTION EN KNOCHA MEAL HASSA.
PAUL W. BOND, SR
104 E. WEISS ST.,
English and Pennsylvania German
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Bond, Paul W., "Letter From Paul W. Bond to Alfred L. Shoemaker, March 15, 1954" (1954). Alfred L. Shoemaker Folk Cultural Documents. 259.
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