Chicago: N.K. Fairbank Co.; Hammond Press, W.B. Conkey Company, 1915.
Small octavo (21.5 x 14.5 cm.), 192 pages. Illustrated. Index. FIRST EDITION. Elizabeth O. Hiller was a prominent “lecturer on household science” and principal of the Chicago Domestic Science Training School. She was also a shill for the N.K. Fairbank Company, and the firm's cottonseed oil-based Cottolene products appear in many, if not most, of the recipes contained in Fifty-two Sunday Dinners. Hiller was also the compiler of many of the fanciful calendars produced by the Volland Company in the nineteen teens and twenties. Light creasing to title page, otherwise near fine in publisher's green and white-decorated green cloth.