Lot 48 of 373:
Southern California Cookbooks  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Eight Southern California Cookbooks
Author:
Various Authors
Place:
Various Places
Publisher:
Date:
Various Dates
Description:

Most with ads for local businesses.

  • Ladies' Aid Society. Ladies' Aid Cook Book. Cloth. 1st Ed. (Lacking front free endpaper, else very good). San Pedro: 1929. 
  • Ayuda Wi Circle of the United Presbyterian Church. Ayuda Cook Book. Green wrappers printed in gold. 1st Ed. (Front cover nearly detached, else good). Long Beach: c.1920's.
  • Ladies' Aid Division no. 4 of the Pastor's Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church, Long Beach. The Queen Bee's Cook Book: Good Things to Eat and How to Prepare Them. Illus. with ads. Printed brown wrappers. 1st Ed. (Faint smudge to front wrapper, else near fine). Long Beach: 1912.
  • Anderson, H.S. Food and Cookery: Hand Book for Teachers and Pupils for Use in Cooking Classes and Demonstrations. Pictorial cloth. Third Edition, Revised. (Upper spine chewed, thus good only). Loma Linda: College Press, 1915.
  • Rotary Ann Club. Kitchen Scrap Book. Pictorial yellow cloth. First Edition. (Very good). Hawthorne: c.1955. Mrs. Probst’s Devil’s Food Cake from Eureka Street 1907, Velma Chaney’s Ginger Snaps, Minnie’s Perfect Strawberry Preserves, etc.
  • Home Economics Dept. Ebell Cook Book. 1921-22. Wrappers. 1st Ed. (Very good). Long Beach: 1922.
  • West Ebell Club. Fanciful Food for Food Fanciers. Wrappers. 1st Ed. (Very good). Long Beach: 1930.

     

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Item number:
302367
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