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World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, 1st Ed

Great Scott Communications

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World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, 1st Ed
World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, 1st Ed
World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, 1st Ed
World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, 1st Ed
World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, 1st Ed
World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, 1st Ed

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Product Information

Era:
Antique
Condition:
Very Good; some staining on cover
Materials:
hardcover/paper
Size:
7.75" L x 5.5" W x 1" H
Color/Finish:
light blue/silver

Why We Love This

World's Fair Souvenir Cook Book, by S.T. Rorer. Philadelphia, PA: Arnold and Company, 1904 Hardcover. No illustrations. First edition. 196 pages. Pages are in excellent condition. Cover of book has some staining. Binding inside is slightly loose on middle pages. Lacking dust jacket.
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About Great Scott Communications

Some may find joy in owning Prada or Chanel. I covet the written word bound in centuries old books and 20th Century Children's Classics. Their very presence in a room transforms it. Best of all, each beloved book brings a history all its own.