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Illustrated by La Verne Ford. Very Good in Good dust jacket. Includes many Pennsylvania Dutch recipes served at Hotel Anderson, Wabasha, Minn., founded in 1896. The authors are daughter and granddaughter of the founders. There are also recipes gleaned from the authors' travels and friends, including some from the South, New Orleans, and several of German origin. Line drawings are by La Verne Ford; colorful dust jacket features Pennsylvania Dutch motif and is signed Hoffman. Charming gift inscription on front pastedown: "To my sweetheart / Pete. " Very good in bright good dust jacket, which has some edgewear and inside tape at edges. (Only the M. Barrows edition is a first edition; the others including Bramhall House are reprints. ); Line drawings; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 318 pages.
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