Strictly Germ Proof
by Arthur Guiterman
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I first heard of this when Robert A. LaBudde quoted a bit of it in a posting to Foodsafe. I made a search and found it. Written around 1910 it seems particularly relevant to some of the current demands for a risk free food supply.
Guiterman, Arthur. (USA, 1871 Nov 20 - 1943 Jan 11)
Born, of American parentage, at Vienna, Austria, Nov. 20, 1871. Graduated at the College of the City of New York in 1891. Married Vida Lindo, of New York, 1909. Mr. Guiterman did editorial work on the `Woman's Home Companion' and the `Literary Digest' from 1891 to 1906, and published several books of verse, now out of print, before doing those which contain his representative work:
"The Laughing Muse", 1915; "The Mirthful Lyre", 1917; and "Ballads of Old New York", 1920.
While Mr. Guiterman is widely known as a humorous poet, he is also an accomplished poet in other moods.
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