Bay City (Michigan): C.F. Porter, 1919.
Square booklet, stapled in wrappers (18 x 18 cm.), 47,  pages. Printed in green and black throughout. Illustrated. Cover title: Cakes of quality, how to make them. Stated fourth edition; much smaller editions were issued in 1915 and 1916. Mrs. Osborn explains exactly why it is important to not use a bread flour in your cake. and many other baking hints mixed in with the recipes themselves. recipes Klondike Cake Mahogany cake Fruit Cake Lady Baltimore Cake Marguerite Cake Golden Glow Cake Coffee Cake Plain Cake Velvet Fried Cakes Hot Water Sponge Cake Economy Cake Cold Water Sponge Cake Imperial Cake Spice Fruit Cake The final chapter is "Making Cakes For Profit" this book includes a price list for ingredients This lady even had her own baking accessories line. Green titled tan wrappers; very near fine. [OCLC records ten copies, and one copy each of the 1915 and 1916 predecessors].