TESTED RECIPES [Cover title: The Two-Towns Cook Book ] contributed by members and friends of the Richmond Visiting Nurse Association

Hinchcliffe, Mrs. William

Editorial: Richmond Visiting Nurse Association, Richmond, RI, 1926
Condición: Good+ Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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200 pages; Contents clean and unmarked in original blue printed wrappers. Wrappers have considerable wear, large chips at spine and corners, creases, faded gilt lettering. Still a rare surviving copy of a scarce community cook book. OCLC: 31773477 (only two copies located). One colour full page ad (on treated paper) for Swan's Down Cake Flour, a full page ad for Baker's Chocolate printed upside down; six other pages of ads. From the Introduction: "Planned primarily as a means of adding to the endowment fund of the Richmond Visiting Nurse Association, the Cook Book nevertheless reveals another motive, also closely allied to the aims of the Association. The purpose of all Public Health movements today is not only to minister to the sick, but to offer intelligent suggestions to the well, to keep them well. What could be more logical or practical, then, than for the Richmond Visiting Nurse Association to offer as one of its many activities a Cook Book of 'tried and true' recipes, gathered from the communities it serves, and sent out as The Two Towns Cook Book to bless those that give and those that receive! [Susan Sharp Adams; (President)] Cover designed by Miss Florence Clark. N° de ref. de la librería 39976

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Título: TESTED RECIPES [Cover title: The Two-Towns ...

Editorial: Richmond Visiting Nurse Association, Richmond, RI

Año de publicación: 1926

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:Good+

Edición: First Edition.

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