Lot 50 of 373:
East Bay Community Cookbooks  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$120
$200 - $300

Four East Bay Community Cookbooks

Various Authors

Various Places


Various Dates


Printed wrappers. Presumed First Editions.

  • One Hundred and One Good Things to Eat: A Collection of Choice and Favorite Recipes from Many Members and Friends of the Egbert W. Beach Elementary School Mothers' Club. 76 pp. Illus. with ads for Piedmont businesses. Piedmont: 1938.
  • Lakeview Club Recipes. 64 pp., with one manuscript recipe to blank page in rear. Illus. with local ads in period font. (Owner's inscription dated 1945 to front free endpaper & her name in ink to upper front wrapper). Oakland: Lakeview Club, c.1930's. 
  • Hillsboro Argus Cook Book. Unpaginated, with variegated color paper. (Near fine). Hillsboro: 1940. Fresh oysters a la Bellevue, Riverside pickles, tamale pie, etc. 
  • Walnut Creek Women's Club.  64 pp. Ads for Walnut Creek businesses. (Near fine). Walnut Creek: 1941. 

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Very good to near fine.

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