Lot 313 of 429:
Signed Second Edition of the Settlement Cookbook  

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The Way to a Man's Heart under the Auspices of "The Settlement", 499 Fifth Street

Kander, Mrs. Simon & Mrs. Henry Schoenfeld





[2], xii, [12] ad, [2], 182, [16] ad pp. (8vo) original white cloth, lettered and decorated in black. Second Edition. First published in 1901 and rare in all early editions.

Inscribed & signed by Kander to Miss Minnie Wolf on front free endpaper, dated 1904. Wolf was a Milwaukee resident who married into the family of prominent dairyman Jacob Finger in 1909. An extremely rare signed second edition of Kander's seminal work on Jewish cooking in America, with recipes for soup with cracker or matzos balls, Boston browned potatoes, blueberry filling for pie or kuchen, Berliner pfann kuchen, etc. 

Lot Amendments

Waxy offset to covers; darker offset to endpapers, front hinge starting, else very good.

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