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My Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1930, 1936, As-If-New Condition

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My Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1930, 1936, As-If-New Condition: Three-ring binder edition of My Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book. Silver binder cover. Published by Meredith Publishing Company, Des Moines, Iowa. 1930 edition reprinted in 1936. Tabbed section dividers. This cookbook is in near-mint condition! The pages are lightly tanned, but they are all cleaned and unmarked. The binder is nearly perfect.  The fabric hinges are perfect.  The title page is perfect, as are all the rest of the pages.  The tab dividers are all perfect.  No one ever used this cookbook.  No one ever even kept it on a shelf.  There’s an entire section–with its own tab–of pickles! Lots of information on canning and preserving, of course.

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