Jell-O America's Most Famous Dessert. "Even If You Can't Cook, You Can Make A Jell-O Dessert."
The front cover features a drawing of a proud housewife showing of her gelatin mold to another woman. The other woman is wearing a large blue hat adorned with an ostrich feather and a blue feather boa. The back illustration is a large yellow JELL-O rectangle on a cut glass dish superimposed over the "House that JELL-O Built." A picture of "Aunt Dinah" is opposite the insert. Includes an insert "JELL-O Ice Cream Powder makes Ice Cream and Puddings. Do not mistake JELL-O ICE CREAM POWDER for JELL-O." Insert is 4 pages, the pamphlet 15 pages. Ca. 1913.View this piece: jpg pdf
Donor: Sliker, Shirley Brocker
Brand Name: Jell-O
Publisher: Genesee Pure Food Co. (Le Roy, N.Y.)
16.5 x 12.1 cm
Copyright: This item is in the public domain.
Citation: Jell-O America's Most Famous Dessert. "Even If You Can't Cook, You Can Make A Jell-O Dessert.". The Alan and Shirley Brocker Sliker Collection, MSS 314, Special Collections, Michigan State University Libraries. Available at http://www.lib.msu.edu/exhibits/sliker/detail.jsp?id=128