Lot 54 of 373:
Cook on a Yacht, a Trailer, a Car Hood  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$270
$400 - $600

Eight Books on Outdoor, Motor and Boat Camping & Cooking

Various Authors

Various Places


Various Dates

  • Clyatt, Steward. Campfire Cookery for Soldiers, Scouts, Campers.... 5x2¾", mustard flexible cloth. (Owner's name to front cover & title page, dampstaining, good). Ft. Thomas, KY, 1921.
  • Automobile Club of Rochester. Annual Dinner. 5x3", pictorial stiff wrappers. (Spots to title page). NY: Hotel Seneca, 1913.
  • Southworh, May. The Motorist's Luncheon Book. Cloth, jacket. First Edition. (Chipping to jacket extremities, mild fading to cloth, else very good). NY: Harper Bros., [1923].
  • Jessup, Elon. The Motor Camping Book. Illus. from photographic plates. Gilt-lettered blue cloth, pictorial cover label. First Edition. NY: G.P. Putnam's, 1921.
  • "Old Salt." The Bon Voyage Book: An Intimate Guide to the Modern Ocean Traveler. Jacket. First Edition. (Near fine). NY: John Day, 1931.
  • Brimmer, F.E. Autocamping. Illus. from photographs by the author. Gilt-lettered blue cloth. First Edition. (Very good; scarce). Cincinnati: Stewart Kidd, [1923].
  • Case, Elizabeth & Martha Wyman. Cook Away: The Outing Cook Book: Selected Menus and Recipes for Cabins, Cabin Cruisers, House-Boats, Kitchenettes, and Trailers. Silver cloth. First Edition. (Very good). NY: Longmans, Gree, 1937.
  • Willson, Lou & Olive Hoover. Meals on Wheels: A Cook Book for Trailers and Kitchenettes. Illus. with drawings. Pictorial stiff wrappers. First Edition. (Faint spot to title page and follwing couple of pages, else very good). NY: Modern Age Books, [1937].

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