Lot 42 of 373:
L.A.'s First Junior League Cookbook  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$600
Estimate:
$500 - $800

Title:
Los Angeles Junior League Recipes
Author:
Place:
Los Angeles
Publisher:
Privately Printed
Date:
1930
Description:

Yellow cloth printed in black. First Edition. 

The scarce first Junior League cookbook from Los Angeles, which began in 1926. The first Junior League was started in New York in 1900 by about 12 girls. By the time this cookbook was published, there were Junior Leagues in 110 cities across the U.S. Recipes include Chinese chop suey, avocado canape, California salad, stuffed eggplant, chile con carne (California style), tortillas, Cuban corn meal pudding, chilies rellenos, etc. Bitting 568. 

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Mild soiling & rubbing to cloth & corners, else very good and quite scarce.
 
Item number:
302272
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