1944 Good Housekeeping Cook Book: completely revised seventh edition of The Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1944. Edited by Dorothy B. Marsh, Food Editor, Good Housekeeping Magazine. Published by Rinehart & Company, Inc. Hard cover, 981 pages. Some minor shelf wear on the cover. Hinges are partly exposed, so they have been reinforced with clear librarian’s tape. Corners bumped. The binding is sound. Pages are clean and clear. Yes, this is the one with the plaid cover!
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