The pages of this cookbook are filled with 850 recipes from the diverse culture of Butte. As well as, historic stories behind some of the recipes from each culture, and a section on eating spots in old Butte. You will be entertained with colorful anecdotes and interesting tidbits from Butte's past throughout the book. The illustrations and line drawings, contributed by local artists, greatly enhance the book.
At one time there were as many as 50 nationalities represented in Butte's population. No matter what the differences in racial origin, religion and custom, there has always existed a bond of hospitality among Butte cooks; and no matter from whence they came, they brought something from which we have borrowed to enrich our present–day tables.
First revisions ever made to this cookbook since its inception in 1976. We have added the spiral binding because of overwhelming feedback that it would make the book last longer and function better as a cookbook. More historic photos of Butte and nostalgic memorabilia photos of items related to Butte have been added.
The sales of the Butte Heritage Cookbook has supported the Butte Silver Bow Arts Foundation since 1976. The Butte Heritage Cookbook offers the best of fine food recipes from Butte's own ethnic groups. Its purpose was to record and preserve Butte's rich culinary heritage. In a town where cultures have merged from one generation to another, blending the old with the new, Butte cooks still take pride in preserving the traditions of an almost forgotten treasury of old–world foods.
5'6″ Baby Grand Red Mahogany Satin Cabinet
Model M / includes bench
Original soundboard, bridges & pinblock
Steinway & Sons was started in Manhattan, New York in 1853 by Henry E. Steinway, a immigrant who brought with him the craft of piano making from Germany. From early on, a multitude of innovations and subsequent patents would lead to immediate success and accolades for the Steinway company, with 35 gold medals awarded for their pianos from 1855 to 1862. This early endeavor would provide a groundwork and precursor for the modern piano as the rest of the industry would eventually follow or build upon their initial designs and innovations. Steinway would continue to expand globally in the 20th century and branch outside of making pianos by creating inroads into the promotion of arts, music, and culture.
Today, Steinway pianos are arguably the most popular in the world and have long been a favorite among professional musicians. The Steinway company touts a legacy of excellence in craftsmanship and the Steinway brand is widely considered to be synonymous with class, culture, and elegance.
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1900s Edwardian Winter Travel Dress
Heavy velvet material, intrecate taffeta, and beautiful craftsmanship. This dress is in excellent condition for a piece that is over 100 years old. There is a small amount of frailness in the lace under the collar where it meets the thicker fabric, but is a very easy fix. Please contact us if you have any questions. Price
Indian on Horseback is a bronze sculpture by Karl Kauba. This piece appraises at $16,000.00. The piece is 20" wide x 27" high x 8" deep.
This sculpture is in the genre that the artist is noted for. The bronze was cast c1910 probably in Austria. Kauba, was born in Austria in 1865, and died in Vienna, Austria 1922. He was an Austrian sculptor of Western American bronzes specializing in Indians. Further details about the artist can be provided, as well as a copy of the appraisal to anyone interested in this piece of art.
A stunning pastel piece by S. C. Schoneberger. The piece is 30" wide x 40" high. This piece appraises at $7000.00 (appraisal available). The Butte Silver Bow Arts Foundation will be selling this piece for $1,800.00 or a reasonable offer. To find more information on the artist Schoneberger his web site is at www.schonebergfinearts.com
A beautiful pastel piece by artist S. C. Schoneberger. The piece is 40" wide x 30" high and appraises at $7500.00 (appraisal available if you would like to see it). The Butte Silver Bow Arts Foundation will be selling this piece for $1,800.00 or a reasonable offer. To find more information on the artist Schoneberger his web site is at www.schonebergfinearts.com