American Woman’s Cook Book, Wartime Edition: Victory Binding of the American Woman’s Cook Book, Wartime Edition, with Victory Substitutes and Economical Recipes for Delicious Wartime Meals. Edited and Revised by Ruth Berolzheimer From the Culinary Arts Institute and the Delineator Institute. 1943. 816 pages of the standard American Woman’s Cook Book, then “Wartime Cookery” section of 62 pages, plus its own index. Clay coated pages and thumb index. Nearly all pages are clean and clear. (Pages 24 and 25 are crumpled, and 25 has a tear.) The binding is firm. The hinges are in good shape. The cover has minor shelf wear, mainly at the edges. The embossed words on the cover–the Victory and Wartime Edition words–are perfect.
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