New Salads Bridge Luncheons Canned Meals, Chicago Daily News, 1933: Recipes selected from thousands of tested and tried suggestions sent to the Women’s Pages by woman readers of The Chicago Daily News. Edited by Leola Allard, editor of the Women’s Pages of the Chicago Daily News. Hard boards with gingham fabric. 400 pages, plus many blank pages for additional recipes. Cover has shelf wear and stains. Pages are all clean and clear. Binding is perfect.
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