What Shall We Eat? A Manual for Housekeepers. Comprising a Bill of Fare for Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea, for Every Day of the Year. With an Appendix, containing recipes for pickles and sauces.
New York: G.P. Putnam & Son, 661 Broadway, 1868.
Octavo, 134 pages,  ads (variously paginated). First edition. A special forward on breakfast, includes the following: "A breakfast should be as carefully composed as a dinner. Secure by art what is due to the dignity of the meal, and give it its true position." With the bookplate of Mrs. John Calvin Smith, wife of the cartographer and member of the American Geographical and Statistical Society. Additional previous owner's name to preliminary blank. Otherwise near fine in publisher's blank-ruled and gilt-titled green cloth. [OCLC locates thirty-six copies; Bitting 618; Brown 2369a; Cagle 808].
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