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KARL F. EID (b. 1909). Papers; 1937-2003. 1.75 cu. ft.

Karl F. Eid was born in Germany in 1909. He was certified as a Master Pastry Chef in Munich, Germany in 1937. During World War II, Eid was a member of the Mountain Ski Troop in the German Army and a ski instructor for German Army officers. He served on the Russian front and was wounded. After the war he ran his own pastry shop in Garmisch, Germany and acted as a coach for the German ski team. Eid came to Alaska in 1959, establishing the Bakery and Pastry Kitchen at Carr's Quality Centers in Anchorage, where he worked as their master pastry chef until 1970. From 1971 to 1983, he was an instructor at Anchorage Community College in the food service technology program. Eid founded the Chefs de Cuisine Chapter of Anchorage and was active in the Alaska Culinary Association. An Olympic class ski jumper in Germany before World War II, Eid was also active in teaching ski jumping and developing new ski jump facilities in Anchorage. The Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex at Hilltop Ski Area was named in his honor. Karl Eid retired in 1984.

The collection consists of papers documenting Eid's professional culinary career and those documenting skiing and ski jumping in the Anchorage area. It is divided into five series: Biographical Materials; Professional Papers; Skiing/Ski Jumping Papers; Photographs; and Culinary Color Slides. The Biographical Materials consist of a resume, an Alaska Legislature proclamation, and other related items. The Professional Papers consist of correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other materials related to his culinary career. The Skiing/Ski Jumping Papers consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, planning documents, Alaska Ski Jumping Club papers, photographs, and other materials documenting the history of ski jumping in Alaska. They primarily relate to Eid's involvement in coaching ski jumping and developing ski jumping facilities in the Anchorage area. Photographs consist of black and white and color prints and negatives of images relating to early and recent skiing and ski jumping in the Anchorage area, as well as a few decorative cakes, displays, and other items created by Karl Eid in Alaska. The Culinary Color Slides consist of sixty 35mm color slides of cakes, displays, and other items created by Karl Eid during his career in Alaska.

The collection was presented to the Archives by Karl F. Eid in 1995 and 1996. Additions are made periodically. A deed of gift was signed in 1996.

HMC-0423
JAS (12/2004)

Inventory:

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Series 1. Biographical Materials; n.d., 1945-1956, 1985, 2002. .1 cu. ft.
This series consists of a resume, Alaska Legislative proclamation, and other related biographical items.

Series 2. Professional Papers; n.d., 1961-2001. .45 cu. ft.
This series consists of papers concerning Karl Eid's career as a pastry chef in Anchorage. It includes materials that document his work at Carr's Quality Centers and at Anchorage Community College. It consists of correspondence, articles, faculty evaluations, associate degree records, an Alaska Culinary Association chapter handbook, newspaper clippings, and an historical album on the career of Karl Eid and the Alaska Culinary Association.

Series 3. Skiing/Ski Jumping Papers; n.d., 1937-2003. .75 cu. ft.
This series consists of a variety of materials primarily concerning ski jumping in the Anchorage area. Of particular importance are correspondence, planning documents, and other records relating to the development of the Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex at Hilltop Ski Resort; records of the Alaska Ski Jumping Club of the Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage, Inc.; an historical album documenting ski jumping in Alaska; and papers relating to Alan Alborn, U.S. Olympian in ski jumping at the Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan in February of 1998, and in Salt Lake City in 2002.

Series 4. Photographs; n.d., 1937-1990 (22 b&w prints; 9 color prints; 10 b&w negatives; 9 color negatives; 1 color transparency). .1 cu. ft.

Subseries 4a. Ski/Ski Jumping Photographs; n.d., 1937-1954 (22 b&w prints, 7 color prints, 10 b&w negatives).
This subseries consists of photographs of skiing and ski jumping facilities and competitions in the Anchorage area. Subjects include a ski jumping contest at Kjosen Hill ski jump in 1937, the ski jump tower constructed on Watertank Hill near Ship Creek in 1939, Chugach Ski Meets at Watertank Hill in 1941 and 1946, Arctic Valley Ski Bowl in 1953/54, and the Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex at Hilltop Ski Area.

Subseries 4b. Culinary Photographs; n.d., 1965, 1990 (2 color prints, 9 color negatives, 1 color transparency).
This subseries consists of a few photographs of cakes and other pastries created by Karl Eid.

Series 5. Culinary Color Slides; n.d., 1958-1980 (60 total). .1 cu. ft.
This series consists of 35mm color slides of of cakes and other pastries and displays created by Karl Eid during his career in Anchorage at Carr's Quality Centers and Anchorage Community College.

 



BOX AND FOLDER LIST

Box 1

Series 1. Biographical Materials; n.d., 1946-1956, 1985, 2002.
1.
Resumes; n.d., 2002.
2. Alaska Legislature honorary certificate (copies, 3 different); Apr. 20, 1983, Feb. 1, 1985, Feb. 6, 1985.
3. Certificate of appreciation, Alaska Culinary Assoc., dedication of Junior Chaptor Scholarship as the Karl Eid Scholarship Fund (copy); n.d.
4. "My Most Fascinating Relative"; n.d.
5. Kameradendreis Der Gebirgstruppe E.V. letter (Mountain Ski Troop reunion); n.d.
6. Stationery from Karl Eid's pastry shop; 1946-1956.
7. "An Evening to Honor Karl Eid, Dining, Dancing & Entertainment, Alyeska Main Lodge, January 26, 1985" (ticket attached to speech notes); 1985.
8. "Memories From My Early Years" (9 pp.); 2002.

Series 2. Professional Papers; n.d., 1961-1996, 2001.
1.
Correspondence; 1966, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1977, 1986.
2. Anchorage Community College and University of Alaska, Anchorage Records;
-Faculty evaluations; 1973,1974.
-Transcripts; 1974.
-Diploma (copy): Associate of Applied Science, Food Service Technology; 1975.
-Commencement program; 1975.
-UAA Distinguished Service Award Applications; 1975.
3. Alaska Culinary Association, Chapter Handbook; n.d.
4. Professional articles; n.d., 1962, 1963, 1967, 1970, 1972.
-White Alice Newsletter; RCA Service Co.; Nov. 1962.
-White Alice Newsletter; RCA Service Co.; Dec. 1963.
-Culinary Review; American Culinary Federation, Inc.; Sep. 1967.
-Carr's Food Centers...20 years in Anchorage (photo history); 1970.
-Anchorage Community College Food Service Program brochure; n.d.
5. Newspaper Clippings (copied onto acid-free bond paper); n.d., 1961, 1962, 1965-1975.
6. Newspaper Clippings (oversize, deacidified); n.d., 1959, 1960, 1965, 1971, 1972, 1974.
-The 1st Annual Great Lander Cook Book, The Great Lander Shopping News; Feb. 2, 1972.

Box 2 (Album 1)

7. Historical album concerning Karl Eid and the Alaska Culinary Association of the American Culinary Federation (90+ pp.); 1996, 2000, 2001.
-This album contains historical text and copies of photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, resumes, and other documents.
-"ACF. ALASKA CULINARY ASSOCIATION" (6 pp.); n.d.
-"BIOGRAPHY OF ALASKAN CHEFS, PART ONE, KARL F. EID, CMPC, AAC"
(12 pp.); n.d.

Box 1 (continued)

Series 3. Skiing/Ski Jumping Papers; n.d., 1937-2003.
1.
Ski jump correspondence (planning, construction, maintenance)(1 of 2); 1967, 1977-1983.
2. Ski jump correspondence (2 of 2); n.d., 1984-1991.
3. Ski Jumping Reports; 1978-1979, 1979, 1982-1983, 1983-1984, 1986, 1987-1988, 1988.
4. Ski Jumping Results (Alaska Ski Jumping Club); 1979, 1985, 1990, 1992-1994.
-Mar. 25, 1979.
-Apr. 1, 1979.
-Alyeska Gelandesprung Competition; Apr. 21, 1985.
-USSA National Nordic Junior Olympics, Steamboat Springs, Colorado; Mar.3-10, 1990.
-1992 Junior Olympics, Gunstock Ski Area, Gilford, New Hampshire; Mar. 1-7, 1992.
-Jr. National Olympics in Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined, Olympic Jumping Complex, Mt. Van Hoevenberg Cross Country, Lake Placid, New York; Mar. 1-6, 1993.
-Lake Placid Junior National Final Results; Mar. 1-6, 1993.
-Alaska Ski Jumping Club Results, 1992-93 Season.
-Alaska Ski Jumping Club Results: 1993-94 Season.
-1994 USSA Junior National Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Championships, Ishpeming, Michigan; Mar. 1-7, 1994.
5. UAA Skijump Acquisition, SKI-79cad (ski jump project planning documents); 1979, 1980, 1982.
-Cost estimate; Dec. 21, 1979.
-Professional Agreement Between University of Alaska And Tobben Spurkland, P.E.; ca. Jan. 1980.
-UAA Skijump Acquisition, SKI-79cad; By Tobben Spurkland, P.E.; Jan. 11, 1980. Includes analysis of 17 sites.
-Progress Report, Tobben Spurkland, P.E.; Jan. 18, 1980.
-UAA Ski Jump Land Acquisition, SKI-79 cad, Site Analysis and Cost Estimates, Final Report; University of Alaska, Anchorage, by Tobben Spurkland, P.E.; Mar. 1980.
-udget documents (attached): costs, invoices, purchase orders; 1979-1982.
6. Hilltop Ski Area Development Plan; Feb. 8, 1983.
7. Proposals, invoices, and receipts for construction of ski jump facilities; 1983.
8. 50 Meter Ski Jump, Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex: planning, budget, and groundbreaking documents; n.d., 1983, 1986-1988.
-Hillside Ski Jump Proposal; Sep. 13, 1983.
-Ski jump plans (4 drawings), Nordic Skiing Assoc. of Anchorage; 1986, 1987.
-1987/1988 Budget Summary; Nordic Skiing Assoc. of Anchorage, Inc.; Apr. 1, 1987.
-Parks and Recreation Commission, meeting agenda: (with Karl Eid letter attached); May 12, 1988.
-Parks and Recreation Commission: Regular Meeting Minutes; May 12, 1988.
-Proposal; Adept Construction, Inc.; May 27, 1988.
-Plans: Karl Eid Ski Jumps, 50 Meter Inrun Structure, Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage, Inc.; Tobben Spurkland P.E., Anchorage (set of 10 drawings); May 30, 1988 (located in flat cabinets).
-Program for groundbreaking ceremony; July 12, 1988. Includes color photograph.
-Specific Project Proposal; Nordic Skiing Assoc. of Anchorage; n.d.
-Reviews; Nordic Skiing Assoc., Ski Jumping Committee; n.d.
-Ski Jump Site Review; Prepared by John R. Cress, Nordic Skiing Assoc. of Anchorage for the Anchorage Olympic Committee; n.d.
9. Jim Landes 50 Meter Ski Jump Tower; 1988.
-Hand-written journal entries concerning the funding, construction, and dedication of the in-run tower at the Karl Eid Ski Jump Complex, Hilltop Ski Area.
-Invitation and program to the dedication on Dec. 31, 1988.
-Plan for bronze dedication tablet.
10. Ski jumping promotional materials; n.d., 1974.
-Poster designs, ski jumping training classes at AMU Jumping Hill; 1974/1975.
-Poster design, ski jumping training classes at APU Jumping Hill; n.d.
-Prospectus, A Winter Sport for a Winter Town: Ski Jumping in Anchorage (illustrated with photos); n.d.
-Poster design, ski jumping training classes at Hilltop Jumping Hill; n.d.

Box 3

11. Information on ski jumping facilities and training; n.d., 1983.
-Technique and Training for Ski Jumping; The U.S. Ski Team, The U.S. Ski Coaches Assoc. (55 pp. manual); Sep. 1982.
-"Imitation Training for Ski Jumping"; by Steven Gaskill, Ski Coach; Aug. 1983.
-Scoring instructions; n.d.
-Year-Round Ski-Jump System, Made in Finland (prospectus); n.d.
12. Alaska Ski Jumping Club: Meeting Minutes; 1988, 1991-1993.
-Orientation Meeting; Oct. 28, 1988.
-General Membership Meeting; Nov. 16, 1988.
-Executive Board Meeting; Apr. 30, 1989.
-Annual Spring Meeting; May 2, 1991.
-‘91-'92 Organizational Meeting; Nov. 13, 1991.
-December Meeting; Dec. 11, 1991.
-January Meeting; Jan. 15, 1992.
-Meeting; Apr. 1, 1992.
-Meeting; Oct. 11, 1992.
-Executive Board Meeting; Oct. 13, 1993.
13. Alaska Ski Jumping Club materials; n.d., 1974, 1982, 1984-1994.
-Includes correspondence, competition schedules, budget projections, applications, membership lists, and blank certificate of appreciation and membership cards.
-By-Laws of SOAR (Ski-Jumpers of the Alaska Region); Oct. 28, 1988.
-By-Laws of the Alaska Ski Jumping Club; Nov. 16, 1988.
-USSA Awards Luncheon, Colorado Springs, Colorado (program); May 11, 1990.
-1991 Junior Olympics, Nordic Events, Anchorage, Alaska (planning book); May 9, 1990.
-1991 Junior National Championship, Anchorage, Alaska, March 8-16, 1991 (program).
14. Miscellaneous skiing/ski jumping records; n.d., 1982, 1983, 1986, 1993, 1994.
-A Nordic Recreation and Sports Park (brochure); Proposed by The Noric Ski Club of Anchorage; Prepared by Land Design North, Landscape Architects, Anchorage, Alaska; May 1980.
-Contract Documents & Specifications, Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage Development Program, Point Campbell/Kincaid Park Ski Jump, Project No. 82-E-27; Prepared by Tryck Nyman & Hayes, Consulting Engineers, Anchorage; Sep. 1982.
-Minutes, Winter Recreation Committee Meeting; Nov. 10, 1982.
-Agenda, Municipality of Anchorage, Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting; Nov. 21, 1983.
-Hilltop Ski Area brochure; 1985-86.
-The Olympics in Anchorage: The Essential Fact (prospectus); 1986.
-Invitation, Anchorage Organizing Committee reception for International Olympic Committee President, Juan Antonio Samaranch; June 2, 1988.
-Membership application, Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage, Inc.; 1993-94.
-Bylaws, Nordic Skiing Assoc. of Anchorage, Inc.; n.d.
-Members list, Ski Jumping Committee, Anchorage Organizing Committee; n.d.
-Membership list, Nordic Competition Council; n.d.
15. Ski jumping/skiing clippings (copied onto acid-free bond paper); n.d., 1961, 1976, 1978-1990, 1994, 1995.
16. Ski jumping/skiing clippings (oversize, deacidified); 1976, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987 1989, 1994.
-"Skiing the air"; Story by C.L. Gilbert, Photos by Tom Alvarez, We Alaskans: The Anchorage Daily News Magazine; Apr. 1, 1984.
-Alaska Sports Hall of Fame, Sports Section, Anchorage Daily News; Dec. 15, 1988.
-"Fear of Flying"; Story by Doug O'Hara, Photos by Bill Roth, We Alaskans: The Anchorage Daily News Magazine; Feb. 19, 1989.
17. Patches, pin and medal; n.d.
-Arctic Valley Ski Club patch.
-Nordic Ski Club, Anchorage patch.
-Alaska Jumping Club patch (2).
-Alaska Jumping Club pin.
-Alaska Jumping Club medal with ribbon.
18. Poster: '94-'95 Alaska Ski Jumping Club, Ski Jumping/Nordic Combined Competition, Karl Eid Jump Complex - Hilltop Ski Area - Anchorage, AK (13 X 22 inches)(located in flat cabinets).
19. Miscellaneous Historical Papers; n.d., 1969, 1981, 1987, 1994.
-Winter Recreation: Potential Opportunities for Anchorage, Volume I - Executive Summary; Prepared for the Municipality of Anchorage, Project 80's, by Trigon Sports International, Inc. and Sally W. Jones Associates; Aug. 1981.
-Municipality of Anchorage, 1982-1987: The Growth Years (catalog of accomplishments); Dec. 1987.
20. Anchorage Ski Club meeting minutes (copies of original notebook pages, 1 of 2); 1937-1944.
21. Anchorage Ski Club meeting minutes (2 of 2); 1945-1947, 1956, 1979.

Box 5

22. Videotape: Ski jumping competition at Hilltop Ski Resort, Anchorage Fur Rendezvous, 1985;
TV 11 Production, Northern Television, Inc.; 1985 (½ inch VHS cassette, 17 minutes). This videotape consists of raw footage of the ski competition from the 20 and 30 meter jumps and of an interview with an unidentified ski jumper.

Box 4 (Album 2)

23. Historical album concerning ski jumping in Alaska; 1996.
-This album, prepared by Karl Eid, contains text, photographs, newspaper clippings, and assorted reports and other materials concerning ski jumping in Anchorage and the Alaska Ski Jumping Club. The bulk of the material concerns the period of 1979-1995.
-"History of Ski Jumping in Alaska" (3 pp.); 1989.
-Lists of ski jumpers from 1975 to 1995.

Box 5 (continued)

24. Alan Alborn file; 1997-1998.
Copied correspondence, articles, internet site, and other papers related to Alan Alborn's ski jumping career leading up to and including the Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan in February of 1998.
25. Alan Alborn 1998 Nagano file; 1998 (oversize, located in flat cabinets).
Highlighted sections of local Anchorage and ski-related newspapers concerning Alan Alborn's performance at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
26. Alan Alborn File; 2002.
Newspaper clipping and articles concerning Alborn's performance at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
27. The Golden Amateur Sportsbook of Anchorage; 2000, 2003.
Public display honoring amateur winter athletes. Includes Karl Eid's public letter and a newspaper article.

Series 4. Photographs; n.d., 1937-1990 (22 b&w prints, 9 color prints, 10 b&w negatives, 9 color negatives, 1 color transparency).

Subseries 4a. Ski/Ski Jumping Photographs; n.d., 1937, 1941, 1946, 1953/1954 (22 b&w prints; 7 color prints; 29 total; 10 b&w negatives, 35mm,
1. Looking south from Kjosen Hill toward Richmond Hill. George Rengard taking off ski jump; 1937 (1 b&w print, 3.5 inch).
2. Looking north from Richmond Hill at the beginning of slalom course; 1937 (1 b&w print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
3. Anchorage Ski Jump Contest on Kjosen Hill. George Rengard landing above and below. The jump tower and judges stant were constructed of Aspen poles cut at the site by volunteers, and designed by Edvart Kjosen; 1937 (2 b&w prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
4. Tom Olson, 12 years old from Fairbanks, landing from above and below; ca. 1937 (2 b&w prints, 3.5 X 5 inch).
5. Ski Jump Tower on Watertank Hill, constructed in 1939 by Civilian Conservation Corps; Summer 1941 (1 b&w, 3.5 X 5 inch).
6.Looking west from the top on Watertank Hill, Chugach Ski Meet; 1941 (1 b&w print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
7. Chugach Ski Meet at City Watertank Hill, one rope tow. Fur Rendezvous, Anchorage; 1941 (1 b&w print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
8. George Rengard, winner in ski jump events and cross country races; May 10, 1946 (1 b&w print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
9. Ski Jump Tower at Watertank Hill, constructed in 1939 by Civilian Conservation Corps, Chugach Ski Meet; 1946 (1 b&w, 3.5 X 5 inch).
10. Entrance to Arctic Valley Ski Bowl, Fort Richardson, Alaska; 1953/1954 (1 b&w print, 3.5 X 5 inch).
11. Ski jumping tower looking north toward rail yards, Anchorage; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
12. Skiers next to warming house; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
13. Ski jumping tower looking north toward Ship Creek and rail yard; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
14. Bottom of ski jumping tower looking toward rail yard; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
15. Franklin Landstrom taking off ski jump; May 10, 1946 (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
16. Looking downhill at skiers at bottom of rope tow; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
17. Woman on skis riding rope tow next to ski jump; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
18. Skiers riding rope tow next to ski jump; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
19. Looking downhill toward bottom of rope tow; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
20. Looking downhill toward Ship Creek at skiers on hill; n.d. (1 b&w print, 2.75 X 4.5 inch).
21. Ski jumpers having a snack next to base of ski jump, Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex; n.d. (1 color print, 8 X 10 inches).
22. Flags and facilities looking uphill, Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex; n.d. (1 color print, 8 X 10 inch).
23. Ski jumpers at base of hill looking toward ski jumps, Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex; n.d. (1 color print, 8 X 10 inch).
24. Lighted ski jumping facility at twilight, Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex; n.d. (1 color print, 8 X 12 inch).
25. Same as No. 24 (1 color photocopy, 5 X 7 inch image on 8.5 X 11 inch sheet).
26. "Karl Eid Ski Jump Complex - Far-North Park - Anchorage, Alaska" (lighted complex); n.d. (1 color print, 11 X 14 inch, located in flat cabinets).
27. Ski jumper preparing to land, Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex; 1983 (1 color print, 4 X 6 inch).
28. 10 b&w negatives, 35mm, for photograph Nos. 1-4, 6-10.

Subseries 4b. Culinary Photographs; n.d., 1965, 1990 (2 color prints, 9 color negatives, 1 color transparency).
1. Alaska Wedding Cake: igloo, sleds, and polar bears; 1990 (color print, 8 X 12 inch).
2. Alaska Wedding Cake: Tiered cake with igloo and flags on top; 1990 (color print, 8 X 12 inch).
3. Christmas display, Anchorage Community College; 1971/1972 (7 color negatives, 35mm).
4. Karl Eid and Senator E.L. Bartlett and wife with tiered cake; May 1965 (2 color negatives, 120mm).
5. Gingerbread house and candies; n.d. (color transparency, 120mm).

Series 5. Culinary Color Slides; n.d., 1958-1980 (60 total).
1.
Easter decorations, Tacoma, Washington; 1958 (2).
2. Karl Eid and cakes, Olympic Hotel, Seattle, Washington; 1958 (1).
3. Carr's 9th anniversary cake; 1959 (3).
4. Gingerbread houses, Carr's; 1960 (2).
5. Karl Eid and gingerbread house, Carr's; 1962 (1).
6. Alaska flag cake and carved candy polar bear and Eskimo scene, Miami gold medal winner, Carr's 1963/1963 (2).
7. Karl Eid with cake for U.S. Senator Mike Gravel, Carr's; 1964 (1).
8. Karl Eid and Sears first anniversary cake: igloo and Eskimos; 1965 (4).
9. Sears Mall first anniversary cake: clown and animals; 1965 (2).
10. Gingerbread house, Anchorage Community College (ACC); 1971 (2).
11. Christmas display and pastries, ACC, 1971 (2).
12. Christmas pastries, ACC; 1972 (2).
13. Gingerbread houses, ACC; 1972 (4).
14. Hawaiian theme display and pastries, ACC; 1973 (9).
15. Valentine cakes, ACC; 1974 (2).
16. Cactus sculptures, ACC; 1974 (1).
17. Easter pastries, ACC 1974 (2).
18. Cactus sculptures, ACC; 1975 (1).
19. Plate of candies, ACC; 1975 (1).
20. Plates of candies, ACC; 1976 (2).
21. Chess board cake, ACC; 1976 (1).
22. Pig candies, ACC; 1976 (1).
23. Mexican theme display and pastries, ACC; 1976 (3).
24. Easter bunny figures and cake, ACC; 1977 (3).
25. Gingerbread house, ACC; 1978 (1).
26. Plates of cookies and pastries, ACC; 1979 (2).
27. Flower basket cake, ACC; 1979 (1).
28. Eskimo faces pastries, ACC; 1980 (1).
29. Easter display: rabbit with basket and spatula; n.d. (1).