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Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1944 Wartime Postscript. Close to As-If-New Condition!

$164.00

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Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1944 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. 1944 printing. Yes, this is the cream-colored hard cover edition. Hard cover, 951 pages. This copy is in nearly as-if-new condition.  The corners of the cover are bumped and worn, as are the top and bottom of the spine cover.   The binding is sound.  The hinges are intact.  The pages are clean and clear.  The Wartime Postscript is here, on page x.  You’ll be hard pressed to find a better copy.  There’s not even an inscription or a signature!

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