Out of the Kitchen – Into the War. Woman's winning role in the nation's drama.

New York: Stephen Daye, Inc., 1943.

Octavo (21 x 14 cm.), 246 pages. FIRST EDITION. A plea to women to leave their kitchens to aid the war effort. It further urges women to stay out of the kitchen and in the workplace when the war would reach its end. A chapter is included on how women can use a modern scientific approach to meet their needs in the kitchen, and also suggests the establishment of government cafeteria-style restaurants to feed the nation efficiently. A few pages with offsetting form newspaper articles that had been laid-in; one-inch corner of free front endpaper clipped, otherwise near fine in publisher's red cloth, in a lightly faded, but near very good dust jacket.

Price: $60.00