Black, metal German cookie iron.
Cookie iron brought to the US by donor’s great-grandparents, Evert and Ennegien Bielefeld, in 1892. At the time, Evert and Ennegien were living in Bentheim, Germany.
Donor recalls helping her grandmother, Carrie Raak Bielefeld and grandfather, Albert Bielefeld (son of Evert), make cookies between Christmas and New & Years. They would place them in paper bags and give them away as gifts.
All four Bielefelds listed above are buried in Pilgrim Home Cemetery in Holland, MI.
Gift ofMouw, Mary