Chicago: Miller Bank Service, 1940. 160 pp. First Edition. Approximately 6 x 9". Gold stiff paper covers with some wear, metal comb binding, light yellow pages, owner signed on front paste-down endpaper, text is clean and unmarked, slightly musty smell, very good condition.
This text was written and the control rule designed in order to try and teach the difficult subject of the exterior ballistics of the A cookbook designed to be used for various bank or company promotions, it offers pithy little sayings on the back cover under "Food for Thought", such as The greatest deceiver...One who deceives himself, The greatest puzzle...Life, The best day...Today, etc. According to the title page, all of the recipes were tested and found good by culinary experts of AMERICA. Oh, and there is a fice-page small section on foreign dishes stuck in the very back of the book.