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Jenkins the previous owner. It began life as a charity cookbook when, in , the women of the First Congregational Church in Marysville, Ohio, published a cookbook to raise money to build a parsonage. From Minneapolis, Mrs. Wilcox edited the contributions of the Marysville women and wrote the introductory essays to each section. The book was published in Minneapolis and the ladies of Marysville accomplished their goal by raising two thousand dollars for the parsonage.
The Wilcoxes, who recognized the ongoing potential of the book, bought its copyright and established themselves as the Buckeye Publishing Company. Thus began a long and varied publishing saga. Estelle Wilcox continued editing, revising and publishing the book for the next twenty-eight years. The book was sometime published as the Dixie Cook Book, to reach a southern audience.
It was published in German to reach the largest ethnic group in the Upper Midwest. Paul as well as many in Minneapolis. At least thirty different printings have been recorded. As early as , the title page indicated "Eightieth Thousand.
All in all, this is one of America's most popular cookbooks - and it is an American classic. East St.
Louis: John Haps printer, Toned paper. The Ladies of the First Universalist Society. Haverhill, Franklin P. Stiles, Brown With the small mimeographed errata sheet. Philadelphia: The National Baptist, The Ladies of the M. Boston: E. Barfield, ed. Evansville, Published by the Working Girls' Association. In worn, used condition, pages are stained. That being said, the binding is tight. It was a charitable association providing shelter and security for them.
In Brown, Jersey City, Nov. Shishmaref Day School. Alaska, A very famous little charitable cookbook, published for the Alaska Crippled Children's Association of Anchorage, Alaska. A mere 36 pages but so exacting of the culture of the native peoples. Local flora and their descriptions, meats and birds with their Eskimo recipes.
A treasure. Paper wraps, typewriter layout, recipes are contributed by the schoolchildren with their names signed. Charles A. Oogashik, Julia Lovejoy Cuniberti. Washington D. A charitable cookbook to aid the orphan boys of Italy in Citta' di Castello, Collestrada and in Rome. Included is the original insert accompanying the cookbook, which is 32 pages, green wraps with front cover paste-on, rag paper.
Still very foreign. A scarce title and a very early Italian cooking title in America. Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, Worn, all blank pages are used, with added clippings. Sidney, Montana. Oil cloth cover, some local advertising but commercial ads too. Keokuk: R. Ogden, Publishers, A later printing.
Local advertising, well used, clippings and added hand written recipes. Hattie Burr. Boston: self published, Second edition. A fund raising book for the movement--Raising consciousness through the kitchen. Local advertising, unpaginated, 20 pages, stapled, photographs of the town. Snippets of history. Recipes for clams and crullers. Boston: J. Tilton and Company, , c. Buffalo: John D. Hounihan, Title page present, a book for the trade, pages. A beautiful blue colored cake top designs, also tiered cakes.
A very clean copy. Bright gilt titles.
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Chicago: Belford, Clarke and Co. Black stamped design on front cover, gilt title on spine. Sanderson; Parkinson. And so the frontis title has also been meshed of the 2 books. Herman Hueg. May E. San Francisco : Paul Elder, Uniform to the series. This is a very scarce hardcover edition. Fep removed. Ellen Terry Johnson. CCC recipes the last being Chinese Bungabung, using mulberries, strawberries, currants and raspberries. Quite scarce, in fragile condition.
NY: Excelsior Publishing House, , c. Paginated as Originally published by the Excelsior Publishing House in giving the author Jesse Haney credit for the work. Not in listed in Bitting. A very clean crisp copy with one unfortunate repaired tear to page , clean and bright inside. Not in Stafford, Bitting. Philadelphia, Small book probably for the shop owner or a small manufacturer of saleable shop pastries and sweets.
Covering nuts, chocolate, creams, syrups, soda waters and a final chapter on The Window and Counter. Loose binding. Self published Bakery shop brochure with photographs of cakes. Title page, portrait page of Mme. Blanche Le Ralac, pricing page. Shop established in Marion H. Philadelphia: David McKay, Publisher, From the cookery editor of The Ladies Home Journal, lessons for chocolate, marzipan, caramels, taffies, many more sweets.
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Damon L. Fowler wrote an introduction to the University of South Carolina edition and graciously acknowledges Karen Hess, her guidance and scholarship and vast collection of reference material. We get a thorough perspective of Mrs. Hill and her rightful place in American cookbook history. A Practical Manufacturer. NY: Dick and Fitzgerald, Publ. How to make beer out of peas, Page ; whiskey out of spirits, page 19, champagne out of cider, page A very good copy with the gilt titling bright. All else firmly in place.
Brown cloth with stamped front title. Laura C. Chicago: L. Alvarado Middleditch, M. Philadelphia: P. An excellent copy.
Mary S. Out of Iowa kitchens, advocating small corn production and small milling practices. These cakes were brought to the table directly from the glowing hearth, broken not cut , and eaten with butter or hot gravy from hot ham. Recipes too. Catherine Owen. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company,