New York, Chicago: Price Flavoring Extract Company, [circa 1890s].
Stapled booklet in wrappers (18 x 13 cm.), 48 pages. Illustrated. A promotional cookbook, emphasizing the purity and goodness of the flavoring extracts produced by the Price Flavoring Extract Company. Includes testimonials, some in the form of facsimile letters including one from Christine Terhune Herrick. A list of desserts appropriate for the seasons and for various holidays serves as an index of sorts, with dishes and page numbers of the recipes. The illustrations depict the sourcing of a few ingredients of their flavors, including lemons from Sicily, and vanilla from Mexico. Some light soiling throughout. Pinhole through the booklet for a loop of thread (now perished) on which to hang the booklet. Engraved title and decorations to front panel of textured, tan wrapper. [OCLC records six copies with this title, but none with this pagination].