Lily Wallace New American Cook Book, 1941, 1944: Copyrighted first edition was published in 1941. This copy is from the 1944 printing. I’m pricing this as a cook’s copy, but it is a strange one. The outside has a great deal of shelf wear, and I’ve mended the hinges with librarian’s tape. But inside the pages are completely clean, as if the cookbook was never used. Clay coated pages. 931 pages. Pages universally tanned at the edges. Hinges perfect. Binding firm. Great illustrations.
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