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[[media:Iagsdc-cookbook-1989.pdf|Iagsdc-cookbook-1989.pdf]]
 
[[media:Iagsdc-cookbook-1989.pdf|Iagsdc-cookbook-1989.pdf]]
  
 
At one point in time, circa 1989, an "official" IAGSDC cookbook was created and circulated.  It was assembled from contributions made by 40+ dancers - many of the names you'll see elsewhere in this wiki.  
 
At one point in time, circa 1989, an "official" IAGSDC cookbook was created and circulated.  It was assembled from contributions made by 40+ dancers - many of the names you'll see elsewhere in this wiki.  
  
The editor was Miss Wella Balsam, AKA Bill Houghton.
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The editor was [[Miss Wella Balsam]], AKA [[Bill Houghton]].
  
 
[[Danny Lee]] has been kind enough to scan the document to PDF. The cover was orange, but changing between color and B&W wasn't  practical with the scanning software being used. The rest of the book was B&W photocopied pages.  
 
[[Danny Lee]] has been kind enough to scan the document to PDF. The cover was orange, but changing between color and B&W wasn't  practical with the scanning software being used. The rest of the book was B&W photocopied pages.  
  
 
The original is a bi-fold letter stationery booklet.
 
The original is a bi-fold letter stationery booklet.

Revision as of 18:49, 1 September 2018

Iagsdc-cookbook-1989.pdf

At one point in time, circa 1989, an "official" IAGSDC cookbook was created and circulated. It was assembled from contributions made by 40+ dancers - many of the names you'll see elsewhere in this wiki.

The editor was Miss Wella Balsam, AKA Bill Houghton.

Danny Lee has been kind enough to scan the document to PDF. The cover was orange, but changing between color and B&W wasn't practical with the scanning software being used. The rest of the book was B&W photocopied pages.

The original is a bi-fold letter stationery booklet.