136 Questions and Answers on Breads, Cakes, Rolls, Cookies, Doughnuts, Icings, 1937: Hard cover cookbook written by W. E. Broeg and published by Bakers’ Helper, Chicago, Illinois. First edition, first printing. Oversized book with 91 pages. Cover has a slight bit of shelf wear, especially on the corners . Pages are lightly and uniformly tanned. Hinges are perfect. Binding is perfect. Pages are completely clean and clear. This baking book is in as-if-new condition. I don’t think it was ever used.
The title apparently comes from Broeg’s bakery-consulting business. Bakers from around the country wrote to him with particular problems, and he used their questions as the organizing principle of the book. There isn’t a list of 136 questions with answers following. It is actually a fairly traditional baking book, with chapters on white bread, breads other than white, rolls, biscuits, cakes, icings, fillings, glazes and coatings, cookies, doughnuts, and cream goods.