New York Cooking School
|Title||New York Cooking School|
|Description||More than a thousand pupils a year attended classes at Juliet Corson's school on St. Mark's Place. Ladies paid 10 dollars for 12 lessons, and the wives and daughters of workingmen paid 50 cents—or whatever they could afford. Miss Corson said she never turned anyone away for lack of money.|
|Creator||F. E. Fryatt|
|Source||Rare Book Division|
|Publisher||Harper's New Monthly 60, no. 355 (December 1879)|
F. E. Fryatt, “New York Cooking School ,” Lunch Hour NYC, accessed December 14, 2017, http://exhibitions.nypl.org/lunchhour/items/show/442.