The New Home-Made Cook Book. A Practical Guide to Healthful, Tasteful, Cheap, as well as Refined cooking of soups, fish, meats, game, poultry, vegetables, pastry, cakes and bread. To which are added Numerous household recipes for pickling, preserving, etc., etc...

New York: M.J. Ivers & Co., 86 Nassau st. 1882.

Octavo-sized stapled booklet (21 x 15.5 cm.), 48 pages. Single advertisement to rear panel of wrappers. Printed in double columns throughout. A small household manual, originally issued under the title Lakeside Cook Book, no. 1, by Donnelly, Gassette & Loyd in Chicago in 1878. The author, Naomi Donnelly, is credited on those earliest printings, but here the book indicates the copyright is held by a James Sullivan. Some chipping to edges and spine of illustrated wrappers printed in black and red; small tape repair to foot of spine. Staples a bit rusty. Otherwise very good. Early ownership in pencil to front wrapper panel, "Sallie P. Dachen", several times. [OCLC locates two copies of this 1882 printing, and only ten copies of all editions and printings; Brown 2447].

Price: $200.00
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