The Inverness Way: Where Every Cook Has A Heritage | Women’s Club of Inverness, Tenth Anniversary, 1965-1975

$75.00

[Women’s Club of Inverness]; D. Riley (Illust.)

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[Women’s Club of Inverness]; D. Riley (Illust.). The Inverness Way: Where Every Cook Has A Heritage | Women’s Club of Inverness, Tenth Anniversary, 1965-1975. Inverness, Illinois: Women’s Club of Inverness, 1975. First Edition, First Printing. pp. [3], 196, [11] + index. 8vo., measuring 6″ x 9″. Illustrated card covers held with brown plastic spiral binding. Black-and-white illustrations, drawings. Comprises of a short history of Inverness, Illinois, and many dozens of recipes as compiled by the Women’s Club of Inverness on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of their founding. All recipes accompanied with the names of their respective contributors. Sections include: Appetizers; Breads; Brunch; Cakes & Cookies; Desserts; Meats; “One Pan [Dishes]”; Salads; Soups; Vegetables, et al. Lightest rubbing to the covers, one or two neat, and legible handwritten recipes on blank pages otherwise the contents remain bright, clean, and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Rare in commerce, our offering being the only extant copy availale at time of cataloguing. Unrecorded in OCLC with no institutional holdings. Scarce. Spiral Bound. (#2157) $75.00