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Edith Starr Miller
Noteworthy in the historiography of conspiracy theory, Lady Queenborough, Edith Starr Miller wrote three books: the first, Common sense in the kitchen, in 19181., Occult Theocrasy2. published posthumously in France, in 1933, and Judaism, a text which is noted in the library catalogue of Washington State University but is currently unavailable.
Biographical notes
Occult Theocrasy Table of Contents
Occult Theocrasy notes
Introduction to Common Sense in the Kitchen PDF

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