The Institute Cook Book, Planned for a Family of Four: Economical Recipes Designed to Meet the Needs of the Modern Housekeeper, Including Entertaining, Paper-Bag Cookery, Casserole Cookery, Fireless Cookery, Chafing-Dish Cookery, Meat Substitutes
by Cramp, Helen, University Of Chicago
1913, International Institute, Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Tips frayed, cloth rubbed, soiled, text clean, G. International Institute, Department of Domestic Science, Philadelphia, copyright 1913. Authorized Distributors: E.A. Merriam, Springfield. iv, 507 pages. 8 color plates: model kitchen, Mission, English + Colonial dining rooms, buffet, desserts, baked goods, tea; halftones: carving, prepared dishes, certificate. 9 x 6", black stamped patterned brown oilcloth.
Illustrated. Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First edition. 507 pp. Illustrated with color plates and half-tone illustrations. Brown cloth binding with darker brown decorative pattern. Watermark to corner of some pages. Wear to top and bottom of spine, spine darkened, boards scuffed. Good plus condition.
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