From The Super Market Cook Book, by Edith J. Barber, 1955.
Chopped cooked meat, minced onion, celery and mayonnaise.
Chopped corned beef and catsup.
Peanut butter, minced bacon, and catsup.
Mashed sardines, lemon juice, and hard-cooked egg.
Cream cheese, minced onion, and chopped carrots.
Tuna fish, celery, horseradish, and mayonnaise.
Liverwurst, celery, and mayonnaise.
Chopped peanuts and mayonnaise.
Ham, sweet pickles, and mayonnaise.
Ground American cheese and chili sauce.
Hard-cooked egg, celery, mayonnaise, and anchovy paste.
Cottage cheese, minced onion, and sliced radishes.
Ground dates, nut meats, and mayonnaise.
Cream cheese and sliced dates.
Salmon, dill pickle, and mayonnaise.
Hard-cooked egg, chopped stuffed olives, and mayonnaise.
Hard-cooked egg and sliced bacon or deviled ham.
Deviled ham and bread and butter pickles.
Cream cheese, dried apricots, and nut meats.
Many of these are not exactly to my taste, but a couple of them would make pretty good wraps, I think. I’ve seen cottage cheese listed as a sandwich filler in old cookbooks before; maybe it used to be a little firmer than what’s now on the market.