Lot 11 of 373:
Five American Cookbooks  

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Five American Cookbooks

Various Authors

Various Places


Various Dates

  • Parloa, Maria. Choice Receipts and Specimen Pages from Miss Parloa's New Cook-Book. Pictorial gray wrappers. Advance marketing booklet for Miss Parloa's New Cookbook and Marketing Guide. (Very good). Boston: Estes & Lauriat, 1881.
  • Rorer, Mrs. Sara T. Rorer's Cook Book. Pictorial cloth (jacket in pieces tucked inside). (Good). Philadelphia: Arnold & Co., c.1900.
  • Rorer, Mrs. Sara T. Colonial Recipes. Gilt-lettered green cloth. 1st Ed. (Good only). Philadelphia: Arnold & Co., [1894].
  • Rorer, Mrs. Sara T. Recipes used in Illinois Corn Exhibit, Woman's Building, Columbian Exposition. Pictorial wrappers. 1st Ed. Chicago: 1893.
  • McLaren, John. Pan-Pacific Cookbook. Half cloth & floral decorated boards. First Edition. (Very good). San Francisco: Blair-Murdock, 1915.

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