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Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1943 Wartime Postscript: Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, with an introduction by Dorothy Kirk. Published by P.F. Collier and Son Corporation, New York. Copyrighted in 1942. Yes, this is the cream-colored hard cover edition. Hard cover, 951 pages. This is an excellent copy of Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book. The binding is sound. The hinges are intact. The Wartime Postscript is here, on page x. Some moderate shelf wear on the edges and corners of cover. Some discoloration on the cover. Some very light spots and smudges on a few pages. Most of the pages are all clean and clear.
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