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Woman’s World Cook Book, Lily Haxworth Wallace, 1931

$68.00

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Woman’s World Cook Book, Lily Haxworth Wallace, 1931: Cookbook compiled by the food editor of Woman’s World Magazine, Lily Haxworth Wallace, and the staff of Woman’s World Magazine, published in Chicago, Illinois, in 1931. Book is covered with “Leatherode,” a waterproof fabric, and then varnished. Use only water to clean it. First edition, presumed first printing. Hard cover with no dust jacket. 468 pages. Copyright held by the Manning Publishing Company. Published by The Reilly & Lee Co., Chicago.

This copy is in near-mint condition. Corners of the cover are bumped and slightly rounded. Pages are perfect, clean and clear, although lightly tanned. Binding is tight. Hinges are perfect.  Lovely copy. Great gift!

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