Let’s Eat, compiled by The Boys’ Shelter Club of Chicago: Cookbook was actually compiled by the Boys’ Shelter Club 1931 Officers, with the first vice-president Mrs. Frederick D. Montgomery holding the 1931 copyright. Hard cover, with black linen-covered boards and silver embossed art deco lettering. 170 pages. Good antique condition. Front hinge is uncovered, but holding. Some of the cookie pages have spots.
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