American Woman’s Cook Book 1956 MINT!



American Woman’s Cook Book 1956:   A 1956 edition of the American Woman’s Cook Book with the National Binding embossing, complete with a stained and worn dust jacket. New and revised edition. The cookbook in as-if-new condition! Definitely gift quality!

The American Woman’s Cook Book was edited by Ruth Berolzheimer. 856 pages, thumb indexed. Originally taken from the Delineator Cook Book by the Culinary Arts Institute. Originally published for Culinary Arts Institute by Consolidated Book Publishers, Inc., Chicago, in 1940.  This edition published by Culinary Arts Institute with Book Production Industries, Inc., in 1956. Again, this copy is in mint, as-if-new condition. Gift quality.

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