The New Cooking Art.
Fort Wayne, Indiana; [Milwaukee, Wisc.]: Wayne Company; [Printed by the Cramer-Krasselt Co.], 1928.
Booklet, stapled in wrappers (19.5 x 12.5 cm.), 15,  pages. Illustrated. Printed throughout in three colors. Wrapper bears a die-cut panel revealing a photographic image from the title page beneath. A product cookbook, advertising "The Advantages of Electric Refrigeration". "All recipes have been tested by Mrs. Kander in her own home kitchen." The Settlement Cook Book was Kander's only full-length work, and their were only three other publications: Lincoln (1913), and two promotional cookbooks. Lightest edgewear, otherwise fine. Very scarce. [OCLC records no copies; no copies for sale online as of 11/1/22].