Today . . . What Salad . . . What Dessert? Jell-O Brings Dozens of Answers, 1928: Booklet copyrighted in 1923 by P. Co., Inc. 22 pages, with the “Jell-o Rules” on the last page. Recipes for desserts and salads using “America’s Most Famous Dessert.” Lovely, luscious-looking lithographs. Excellent vintage condition.
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