Boston/New York: Lee & Shepard/Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham, 1875.
Squarish octavo (22.5 x 18), 568 pages. Author information from the copyright page. FIRST EDITION. A collection of recipes, drawn from various sources, including French, German and English cookbooks, as well as "written receipt-books of families famous both at the North and South for their savory cooking." The compiler, Elizabeth S. Miller, hails from Geneva, New York, and dedicates the book to the "Cooking Class of the Young Ladies' Saturday Morning Club". A few neat handwritten notes, and some age toning to the text block. Some wear to the head and foot of the spine. In black and gilt-decorated beveled boards. Near very good. In black and gilt-decorated beveled boards. Near very good. [Bitting, page 325; not in Cagle].