Looking for some fun, new, or terribly odd errata from the 1920s?
In this new series, I’ll be putting a spotlight on some of the stranger materials I come across while digging through online databases on various topics related to the 1920s. Each resource will always be a primary source (i.e., printed during the Roaring Twenties), and it will always be something that can be accessed in FULL—for FREE—online, without any passwords or accounts. While I can’t always promise these sources will relate to Chicago history, I promise they’ll always be interesting! 🙂
First up in the series: A tongue-in-cheek cookbook from 1922, written “by men for men”…which acts as a veritable Who’s Who of the 1920s.
Tune in next week for the first post in this new series, Resource Spotlight!