1944 Good Housekeeping Cook Book: completely revised seventh edition of The Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1944. Edited by Katharine Fisher and Dorothy B. Marsh. Published by Farrar and Rinehart, Inc. Hard cover, 981 pages. Lots of general wear. The binding is holding and the recipes are all here! Yes, this is the one with the plaid cover!
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