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This is the remainder for the "Recipe for Kisses" from the Woman's Club cookbook of 1908, as well as a humorous recipe for making soup.

This recipe for "How to Cook A Husband" is from the Charlotte Woman's Club cookbook of 1908 section entitled "Recipes at Random." This recipe is meant to be a humorous culinary description of how to get and maintain a spouse.

"Home Suggestions for the Housewife" from the Charlotte Woman's Club cookbook of 1908 is a list from A to Z of helpful advice for the time. Some suggestions are for cleaning and users are financial and organizational.

These are pages 28 and 29 from the Charlotte Woman's Club program of 1905. These pages include a variety of local business advertisements.

These are pages 26 and 27 of the Charlotte Woman's Club program from 1905. Page 26 lists the remainder of the Bylaws and page 27 lists a few local business advertisements.

The cover of this program contains the name of the Woman'c club in an Olde English Font. Above the club title are the initials of the club in red, as well as a profile of a woman underneath in the same color.

These are pages 24 and 25 of the Charlotte Woman's Club program from 1905 listing the remainder of the Constitution and Bylaws.

This is the program cover of the calendar year for the Charlotte Woman's Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. The cover features a simple design with the name of the club and an image representing the club building.

These are pages 22 and 23 of the Charlotte Woman's Club program from 1905 listing the Constitution and Bylaws.

This is a program of the calendar year for the Charlotte Woman's Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. The taupe program cover is stapled together. The title is written in lime green, in the style of the Olde English font.