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17 Washington D.C. Cook Books or Recipe Books, Including “The White House Cook Book.”










      
Lot 780. 17 Washington D.C. Cook Books or Recipe Books, Including “The White House Cook Book.” These first three books are hardbound; the others are softcovers, several spiral bound and noted. 1. “White House Cook Book” by Hugo Ziemann (Steward of the White House) and Mrs. F. L. Gillette, 1900 Saalfield edition, fair, complete, 590 pages. 2. “The Congressional Club Cook Book,” 1976, stamp of Congressman Harley O. Staggers of West Virginia on the flyleaf, near fine, 714 pages. 3. “Recipes of Quality” from the Christian Heurich Brewing Co. of Washington, D.C., 1912, f with cloth missing from a section of the spine, binding tight, 224 pages. The next four books, 4-7, are spiral-bound softcovers: 4. “Menus Around the World” by the International Student House, 1964, vg+, 32 pages. 5. “Leavened with Love” by the Sisterhood of the Washington Hebrew Congregation, 1972, vg+, 190 pages. 6. “VIP Cook Book” compiled and edited by Audrey V. Mowson, net proceeds benefited the American Cancer Society, Virginia Division, 1976, p with front cover loose, back cover missing, a few pages without recipes missing, 300 pages. 7. “Tested Tasty Table Tactics” by the Eastern Star organization of D.C., contains some humor, such as three paragraphs on “How to Cook a Husband”; g+ to vg, 322 pages. The books that follow are softcovers with standard binding: 8. “The Washington Post ‘Parade’ Cook Book” by Beth Merriman, 1953, extensively illustrated with photos, vg, 108 pages. 9. “Cottage Cheese Recipe Book” from Thompson’s Honor Dairy of D.C., vg, number added to front cover, 32 pages. 10. “The Watergate Cookbook (Or, Who’s in the Soup?)” from various authors, 1973, actual recipes with satirical titles, g, 96 pages. 11. “Betsy Caswell’s Wartime Canning and Cooking Book” from D.C.’s “The Evening Star” newspaper, 1943, vg, 64 pages. 12. “Nation’s Number One Cookbook 1982, Our President’s and Our Fifty Governors’ Favorite Recipes,” compiled by Sue G. Raley, vg, 52 pages. 13. “Mrs. Washington” from the Washington Gas Light Company, 1955, g, 16 pages. 14. “Washington-Lee High School Cook Book” from the Arlington County School Federation, 1927, p, covers removed, text complete, 158 pages. 15. “Washington Flour” from the Wilkins-Rogers Milling Co., undated Fifth Edition, vg-nf, 32 pages. 16. “Washington Flour Recipes” from the Wilkins-Rogers Milling Co., undated, pre-1963 Ninth Edition, vg, 40 pages. 17. “The Republican Congressional Cook Book,” copy from Congressman George A. Goodling of Pennsylvania, undated, circa 1970, vg, 28 pages. 18. “Congressional Cook Book,” copy from Congressman Charles E. Chamberlain of Michigan, undated, circa 1960s, g-vg, 28 pages, recipes different from the preceding book. Winning Bid $20.    


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