#728 Interviewer: Watt McKinney Person interviewed: James Gill R.F.D. Marvell, Arkansas Age: 86 Occupation: Farmer "Uncle Jim" Gill, an ex-slave eighty-six years of age, owns a nice two hundred acre farm ... Read more of James Gill at Martin Luther King.caInformational Site Network Informational


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298. A Useful Article in the Kitchen

A useful article in the kitchen is
a small microscope. Show the cook how to use one. She will be so horrified
if shown dates, prunes, or figs that are germ infested that she will take
special pains in washing them. The microscope is also useful to examine
cereals, cornmeal, buckwheat and other things which unless kept tight may
be unpleasantly infected.

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