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Cookbooks and recipes
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- Textual record
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- Source of title proper: Title based on contents of series.
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Accession number: 2013.008
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- Katherine L. Stoddard family
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2 folders of textual records
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Name of creator
Katherine Laura Stoddard was born on June 16, 1927 in Wileville, Lunenburg County. Her parents were Clarence Simon Stoddard and Eva Kathryn Siteman who was the daughter of Charles Edward Siteman and Jessie (Robson) Siteman of Ship Harbour. Katherine grew up in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia and later lived in Hantsport. Like her mother, Katherine worked as a school teacher but was also very active in genealogy. She never married and lives in the Windsor Elms seniors’ home in Windsor, Nova Scotia.
Katherine’s father, Clarence Stoddard, was the son of Robert Jamison Stoddard, originally of Clam Harbour, and Harriet “Edith” Ritcey of Musquodoboit Harbour. Robert Jamison was the son of Thomas Stoddard and Elizabeth Eisan of Clam Harbour. Thomas was a ship captain and died in 1858. Thomas’s grandfather, also Thomas Stoddard (b. before 1740) had come to Nova Scotia from Scotland c. 1760.
Scope and content
Series is part of the Katherine L. Stoddard fonds and consists of a recipe book containing handwritten recipes as well recipes written on loose pages. The recipe book contains recipes that likely have been passed down through families, friends, and generations as indicated by some that are noted as being “Eva’s” and were passed down from Katherine’s mother Eva Stoddard.
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Recipes were removed from original metal coiled recipe book. Original order was maintained.