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The Easy Jell-O Way (8)

Jell-O
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The Easy Jell-O Way (8). The Alan and Shirley Brocker Sliker Collection, MSS 314, Special Collections, Michigan State University Libraries. Available at https://lib.msu.edu/sliker/object/1858
This item is in the public domain.
The front panel features a drawn colored illustration of Mary bringing her lamb to the store with the nursery rhyme ?Mary had a little lamb? written in black and red lettering above the illustration. The back panel contains an illustration of a glass of Pineapple Bavarian Cream with the heading ?The Easy Jell-O Way? written in black lettering above the illustration. The inside panels are dedicated to Jell-O Rules and five Jell-O Recipes. The recipes listed are Pineapple Bavarian Cream, Cucumber Salad, Almond-Cherry, Peach Delight, and Chocolate Jell-O. All recipes are written in black lettering and entail directions on how to prepare the dish.