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Collection: Richards Studio Collection Series: A142880-3         (Unique: 30368)
Date: 10-05-1964
Description: A large crowd watched as June Holladay (in private life Peggy Robinson), a Washington Natural Gas home economist, provided a cooking demonstration at the Temple Theatre in early October, 1964. The audience, primarily women, were attending the 3-day Homemakers Fall Festival sponsored by the Gas Company and the Tacoma News Tribune. June Holladay demonstrated equipment, appliances and cooking techniques on stage twice a day at the free festival. The latest products were highlighted, plus Andrews Women's Apparel presented a fashion show. Photograph ordered by Washington Natural Gas.
Address:47 Saint Helens Ave.     (Check the Buildings Index)
Subjects: Audiences--Tacoma--1960-1970; Cookery--Tacoma--1960-1970; Temple Theatre (Tacoma); Holladay, June; Robinson, Peggy; Washington Natural Gas Co. (Tacoma);
Image type: Black & White
Print type: Fiber base-Glossy
Print format: Irregular
Rights: See Tacoma Public Library for specific rights and permissions.
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