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Very good. No dust jacket. Clean, solid, no names or markings. Bent corners, but strong hinges. 412 p. Includes: illustrations, diagrams. plus four end pages of endorsements; green cloth over boards with pictorial cover as scanned.
Edition: First edition.
Publisher: Little, Brown, Boston
Date published: 1933
Description: Very good in good dust jacket. Now in Brodart cover. 225 p. illus., ports., plates, facsim. 21 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Portraits, Plates, Facsimiles. Tipped in gift card calling card (book's owner--apparently a customer--was in the hospital) from Mrs. W.D. Reynolds, Sessler's Bookshop, Philadelphia (c1934) with provenance provided. Read More
Edition: 12th Edition
Publisher: The Times-Picayune publishing company, New Orleans, La.
Date published: 1954
Description: Good. No dust jacket. Solid. 446 pages; blue cloth over boards. As the old Creole cooks were passing on at the end of the 1800s, The Picayune newspaper published the definitive collection of Creole recipes, passed down from generation to generation, and since referred to by Creole chefs at home and in the finest restaurants in New Orleans. This is the classic many of us grew up with. Index. Read More
Publisher: Thomas Yoseloff, Inc., New York
Date published: 1956
Description: Good in good dust jacket. 4 volume set. In slip case "Being for the most part contributions by Union and Confederate officers. Based upon 'The Century of War Series. ' Edited by Robert Underwood Johnson and Clarance Clough Buel of the editorial staff of 'The Century Magazine. '" Read More
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin, Boston
Date published: 1951
Description: Very good in fair dust jacket. Now in Brodart cover. 791 p. 21 cm. Orange-cream cloth over boards. Contents: The ballad of the sad café. --Wunderkind. --The jockey. --Madame Zilensky and the King of Finland. --The sojourner. --A domestic dilemma. --A tree, a rock, a cloud. --The heart is a lonely hunter. --Reflections in a golden eye. --The member of the... Read More