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Get Well Card with recipe for Easy Cherry Tarts.... ..1940s  Menu-H. Hicks & Son, America's First and Foremost Fruit Shop, New York , ca. 1936. ..
A 6" x 5" french-fold greeting card with applied die-cut of cherries on the front cover. Captioned "Cheery" Get Well Wishes" with printed cross-stich cherry orchard.  The inside depicts additional cherry trees and a wish As bright as a bowl of Cherries for a prompt recovery.  The back page, somewhat surprisingly has a recipe for eAsy Cherry Tarts.  Marked 1140.  No publisher. Unused.. Folded printed soft cover with raised gold print, full detailed menu inside, back cover lists restaurant information. H. Hicks & Son Inc. 1863-1936, America's First and Foremost Fruit Shop, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York. Menus sections include Appetizers; Sandwiches; Salads; Cheese; Fresh and Preserved Fruits; Hicks Famous Sodas; Sundaes; Ince Creams; Ices; Plain and Fancy Fruit Drinks; Milk Drinks; and Beverages. Meals include Breakfasts; Luncheons; Afternoon Tea; After Theatre Snacks. Items of mention are Steamer, Fruit, Nut, Candy and Gift Baskets; Hicks' Sherry's, Bagatelle and Bauer's Chocolats; Hicks Finest Beluga Caviar; Imported Biscuits; and Rare and Hot House Fruits. 9 1/4" x 6". slight staining
 Grocery and Wine Price List, H. Gogard, Paris, ca. 1900. .. Aunt Martha's Corner Cupboard, or Stories about Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, Etc
Single page price list written in French. Printed list with handwritten prices, shop located on Rue de l'Oratoire de Route 37. "Epicerie & Vins" Titled sections are "Epicerie, Articles Anglais, Thes, and Vins" (grocery, English articles, teas, and wines) 8 1/4" x 5 1/2". handwritten prices, creases, tear at top 153 pp, stamped cloth over board covers. This book is a collection of ten short stories told by Aunt Martha to her rambunctious two nephews. The stores are meant to be educational, yet fun. The stories center around the things found in Aunt Martha's cupboard, and relate the history of the item. The ten stories are entitled: The Corner Cupboard, The Story of the Tea-Cup , How the Tea-Cup Was Finished, The Story of the Tea, The Story of the Sugar, The Story of the Coffee, The Story of the Salt, The Story of the Currants, The Story of the Needle, The Story of the Cotton, The Story of the Rice, and The Story of the Honey. There are forty-seven (47)  black and white engravings,the subjects of which range from landscapes, to people, to animals, to maps. The front cover has a stamped illustration of Aunt Martha's cupboard. Measures 7" x 5 1/2"
Collection of handwritten and typed recipes . ..  The Recipe and a Right or License to Make and Use Superlative Honey. Merano Butterfield.Iroquois, IL.September 1859
9 recipes and recipe books, most are hand written but there is one set of typed recipes on Herald Tribune Home Institute paper. Recipes include: Genuine Bay Rum, Cold Slaw Dressing, Preserved Strawberries, Orange Marmalade, Sour Milk Cake, Cake Pie with Fruit, Cookies, Current Wine, Confection of Senna (which is on the back of an 1855 advertisement for house repairs),  The typwritten collections is titled "Italian Recipes" "Vitamins in Italy"  by the Browns. It consists of 6 typed pages of Italian recipes such as Ravioli,Osso Bucco, Scaloppine Con Funghi, and Pollo Al Vino Bianco. Herald Tribune Home Institute published a cookbook ca. 1940's. . some recipes have staining and tears, all recipes are able to be read but some handwritings are difficult to decipher A single side license, folded into quarters. This license gives the owner the right to make and sell Superlative Honey, patented by Merano Butterfield. It also provides the recipe for the honey. This license is owned by Eleanor Ford of Iroquois, IL. It is dated September 16, 1859 and is signed by Butterfield. Measures 8" x3" (folded), 12 1/2" x 8" (unfolded). Missing a large section at the bottom. Please see picture. Minor faded penciling.
Window Display Photograph - Helen Fox Kruser Delicatessen featuring of A-So-Gud Pretzels . ..1920s No. 14 Germania Herb Tea. ..
A 9 3/4" x 7 1/2" photograph depicting a window display at Helen Fox Kruser  Delicatessen.  Large poster in background for "O-So-Gud" Pretzels in the background with open cases of pretzels and pretzels strewn about the base of the display. The pretzels are accompanied by what else but beer.... A 1931 advertisement in the Milwaukee Sentinel “Germania Herb Tea – equally effective hot or iced; you will enjoy drinking it, and you will look and feel years younger.  It is not only for reducing, but it is a body normalizer.  Tones up the entire system and gives relief for indigestion, gas on the stomach, shortness of breath rheumatism and constipation. It tastes like orange pekoe tea and is made just the same.  For reducing take three cupfuls daily: for health purposes one cupful daily" 4 1/4" x 2 1/2" .
National League for Woman’s Service – Member’s Favorite RecipesWomen’s City Club of San Francisco 1931 .. The Cadillac Bar & Card " Mechanical Card - Winking Man Promotes new location  Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
63 pp. Wraps.  Favorite recipes from every category.  Measures 5 ¼” x 7 ½.  Light cover wear. . The National League of Woman's Services was a civilian volunteer organization that formed in conjunction with the Red Cross during the First World War.  The League provided stateside war services such as feeding, caring for and transporting soldiers, veterans and war workers.  In New York, the League was particularly attractive to young socialites who had time and money to donate. (One Times article noted that the chairwomen had to remind her eager volunteers that work was "not the place for" jewelry and lace blouses). A single-fold 4 1/2" x 2 3/4" promotional card. Promotes the second location of The Cadillac Bar & Cafe.  When opened image of a man who "winks" when the card is open.  Back cover depcits a fantasy scene with a caption reading "Keep your face always turned toward the sunshine and the shadows will fall behind you".
India Refining Co.  India Refining Co. Recipe Advertising Cards . .Philadelphia, PA.ca 1915 Old York Road Women's Committee for the Philadelphia Orchestra Symphony in Foods, Favorite Recipes by Musicians of The Philadelphia Orchestra. The Beck Engraving Company.Philadelphia, PA.1954
No-Stickee is a product created by the India Refining Company, which specialized in vegetable butters. The three separate recipe cards are to advertise the No-Stickee product to use with candy, promising to not only make candy stable and cut easily, but to also prevent it from sticking to teeth. Each recipe card has a different candy that includes use of the product. One is pink, one white, one blue, and the print is on one side. Each measures 5 3/4" x 5 1/2". . India Refining Co. produced a "Science in Confectionary" booklet which included recipes that were altered for the use of their product. The three recipe cards seem to be taken from or inspired by the booklet. A coil bound 16 pp cookbook that contains sixteen recipes from members of the Philadelphia Orchestra. It was compiled by the Old York Road Women's Committee, this was a benefit cookbook. Some of the recipes included in the book are: Soufflé in Waltz Time, Composer's Rarebit, Strawberry Mousse, Lasagna Celestial, Seafood Aspic Supreme and Ragout Harmonic. Beside each recipe name and position of the person who has made the recipe selection, along with a black and white image from a  photograph of the musician.  Includes Jacob Krachmalnick (concertmaster), Harl McDonald (Composer), Lorne Munroe (Violincello) etc. Cover drawing by Al Bendiner. OCLC: 7 (July 2019)  Measures 9" x 6 1/4".
 Price list imported for Delicatessen specialties for gourmets  R. Ketterer Delicatessen. .New York, NY.c1900  "Death is Waiting for You", A Fire Safety Blotter shows death near by. Ministry of Public Works.Quebec, Canada.1940s
A 32  pp booklet featuring imported goods available for purchase. The catalog is printed in German.  The first page is the terms of sale. Includes gingerbread, pastries, marzipan, chocolate, meat and sausage, bouillon and meat extracts, German puddings, vinegar and oil, coffee and tea, liqueurs and much more.  Includes information on size and price.  Measures 7" x 4". . A fire-safety postcard distributed by the Ministry of Public Works in Quebec. The blotter is specifically warning against cooking fires. On the right side of the postcard is a black and white illustration of a woman cooking on the stove as she appears to be pouring something into the pan. Behind her, surrounded by smoke, is death (a skeleton) reaching out towards her. On the left side of the card is the phrase "De vous servez pas de petrole pour allumer ou raviver un feu car la mort vous guette", which roughly translates to "Do not use oil to light or rekindle a fire because death is waiting for you." Artist printed signature illegible. Measures 6" x 3"..
The Royal Wine & Liquor Coof Cleveland Ohio offered two (2) California products with Guarantee Bond.. Catharine E Beecher Miss Beecher's Housekeeper and Health Keeper, contain five hundred recipes for economical and healthful cooking; also, Many Directions for securing health and happiness. Harper & Brothers, Publishers.New York.1873
California products, the Gutedel Wine and California Port; each with a Guarantee Bond promised to pay $500 to "any chemist of acknowledged ability and repute, who shall prove by a chemical analysis that the contents of this bottle, is not in accordance with the statement made on the label..." The certificate is housed in a deeply embossed wrap simulating the bottle label, with additional guarantees within. . 482 pp. Decorative green cloth covers with gilt stamp."Approved by Physicians of All Classes", this book was part cookbook, part health manual, and part domestic guide. It sought to codify and simplify the information and skills needed to efficiently and effectively run any household. Broken into 2 parts over thirty-two (32) chapters, the first part focuses on the kitchen. It supplies a variety of recipes that are both "economical and healthful" as well as providing tips to save on labor and how to properly season one's food. The second part focuses on what Beecher calls the "laws of health" and was meant to help a mother take care of herself and her children. Included with the book are several cut-outs; one a hand written recipe for sponge cake and another is a newspaper article on potpourri. There are several illustrations and diagrams throughout the book as well.   Measures 7 1/2" x 5". Moderate cover and edge wear. Some soiling and toning due to age (or the few inserts of recipes or news paper articles mentioned above) There is also a stain on the lower right of the book that continues through out the book but lessens in size towards the end. Catharine Esther Beecher was an American educator known for her forthright opinions on female education as well as her vehement support of the many benefits of the incorporation of kindergarten into children's education. She was also of Harriet Beecher Stowe, the 19th century abolitionist and writer most famous for her groundbreaking novel Uncle Tom's Cabin.
 Price List and Illustrations of Butchers' Machinery, Tools and Fixtures, . B. Staubach.New York City .c1870s Julia Kiene Sugar An' Spice and All Things Nice Children's Cookbook. Westinghouse Electric Corporation .Mansfield, Ohio.1951
A 3-fold 7" x 13" when flat circular that begins with an introduction by B. Staubach, followd by information on Miles' "Challenge" Butchers' Meat Cutter, Bell's Improved Ham Pump, the "Challenge" sausage stuffer, the Plunger  sausage stugger, various lard presses and butchers' fixtures.  Each with a narrative description and some with pricing information; no illustrations.  The reverse includes testimonials, information on steam Engines and the Upright Steam Engine and locations of Miles' Challenge Meat Cutter.  Alas no illustrations.. Toning with tape repair; minimal detraction. For all the children that are interested in cooking, or at least assisting their mom, this cookbook has the basics to know how to start. 32 pages. With an introduction with some basics about measuring, prepping and preparing recipes.  The recipes themselves are fairly simple, things like cornbread, sugar gooks, tuna fish casserole, buttered carrots, gingerbread, icing. And if there is a need for a oven to bake the recipes in, then Westinghouse Electric Ranges are the top choice. Profusely illustrated - relating to each recipe and are appropriately cute to appeal to children, and maybe some adults too. Measures 10 3/4" x 8 1/4". .
 Art Nouveau Blank Advertising Menu Sheets, B. Leon Croizet Grande Fine Champagne and St. Meme Cognac, ca. 1900. ..  A Hand Constructed Promotion with Calendar and Card for a Baker and Caterer, Sanford ME with Real Cake Icing  Adorning the Cover. c1902.  . ..
Blank Advertising Menu printed in red ink by Imp, Bataille-Paris. Features Art Nouveau woman in flowing gown holding flower and decorative flowers. B. Leon Croizet Grande Champagne and St. Meme Cognac. "The Cognac region in France is divided into six districts, with the Grande Champagne district being the most prestigious as the course of grapes grown for cognac. Leon Croizet established his Cognac House in the Grande Champagne Region in 1805.[3] Prior to that he was sommelier to Napoleon I's (Bonaparte) High Command. Croizet is one of three vintage cognac houses that has continuously sold single vintage cognacs." (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cognac_Croizet) 9 3/4" x 6 1/4". slight discoloration on top corner A 5 1/4" x 4 1/4" single fold heavy card stock promotion with real cake icing adorning the front cover. The inside has an applied calendar pad for 1902 at left and a promotional card featuring an image from a photograph captioned "Tebbett's and his "Six Little Bakers' (depicting his family at work).  It promotes the Baker and Caterer, with wedding cakes a specialty. Sanford Maine.  Back page blank. Wm. Miller & Bro., Acworth, N.H. Printer. . Surface wear.  Fold reinforced with archival tape.
 Champagne Binet Blank Advertising Menu, ca. 1890's. .. Chinese Kitchen God Holiday Card. ..c1920
Single page blank advertising Menu for Champagne Binet featuring decorative broder and image of man examinigin champagne bottle in cart, women and man socializing with champagne, and a woman sipping champagne. Binet Champagne is a French champagne house, it was founded in 1849 by Louis Binet. (https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champagne_Binet) 10" x 7". This item is the paper effigy of the Chinese Kitchen God, that is placed above the fireplace at the start of the new year. The Chinese Kitchen God, who is most often called Zhang Lang, but sometimes referred to as Zao Jun or Zao Shen, would record the household's activities throughout the year and then report them to the Jade Emperor, the Emperor of the Heavens. The Emperor in return would either reward or punish the family based upon that report. This effigy depicts the Kitchen God and his wife above a roaring fire with two Chinese men beside the flames. The illustration is full of color and has a red and  gilded border. At the base of the illustration is a small description of the Chinese New Year and how the Chinese people pay their respects to the Kitchen God. On the back of this card it states "A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year", with an image of a traditional Chinese Dragon on red paper with gilded specks. This Kitchen God was most likely a holiday/Christmas card meant to be given out by Chinese Americans to their non-Chinese friends. Measures 6 1/2" x 4 3/4" (folded), 12 3/4" x 9 3/4".
McMonagle & Rogers, Select Cooking Recipes. C. A. Coffin & Rogers.New York.1880 3 Cookbooks - Streamline Your Figure --The New Mid-century Hourglass. ..
A 32 pp booklet. wraps.  Middletown, NY. Artistic printing - covers with numerous decorative devices.  McMonagle and Rogers produced premium fruit flavors and was founded in 1868  Recipes for cakes, creams, puddings and sauces and interestingly enough includes a veal loaf and lobster salad recipe.   Presented by H. D. Sackett, Suffield, Conn.  Measures 5" x 3 1/4". . A group of three (3) cook books emphasizing the importance of a proper weight and improved appearance mid-century style.  The first a 1939 booklet by Golden Crest (Borden's)  products encouraging the Foundation Diet that includes a pint to a quart of milk each day plus vegetables, fruits, eggs, meat, poultry, fish, bread and cereal, fat, sea food and iodized salt, vitamin D and 6-8 glasses of water daily.  Also includes 'calory' tables, suggested daily menu, weight tables Borden's product information. Measures 7" x 5'.  The second appears to be from the 1940s and promotes a Waring blender Hi-Protein, Hi-Vitamin reducing Diet with meal plans for 300 calorie breakfasts, 350 calorie Lunches and 550 calorie dinners. This section concludes with "at the end of 8 weeks you take on a new vitality with overweight gone.   This is followed by promotional information and Basic Recipes.  Measures 9" x 4'.   The final is a 1960 booklet titled Silhouette Recipes with Knox Gel-Cookery.  The tag line is "Eating for Fun while keeping the Waistline Trim".  A booklet of recipes made with gelatin with serving size calorie counts from 33 to 160 max. The back cover promotes the New Know Eat-and-Reduce Plan helps you retrain your appetite, get slim  to stay slim.  Measures 6 1/2" x 4 3/4". .
 Fleischmann's Yeast Cool Rise Demonstration, Eight Retail Bake Shop Layout. International Milling Company Inc..1966  Liquor Catalog and Price List, The Yellow House, Curacao, D.W.I. Die-cut in the Shape of Luggage. .Curacao, D. W. I. .c1935.
A set of eight retail bake shop layouts provided by the International Milling Company. The set was distributed during a 'Cool Rise' Demonstration of Fleischmann's yeast at the Colorado State University in August 1966. The eight plans come in a folder that depicts an image of a wheat field along with the dates of the demonstration listed at the bottom. The front flap of the folder has also been die cut into the shape of a bread loaf. Each layout within the folder has a layout done in one of four colors: red, green, yellow or blue. Each layout fold out into 5 sections and depicts the floor plan of a shop, and images of all the equipment needed as well as several paragraphs discussing the 'flow of production' in each layout. Folder Measures: 11 3/4" x 9 1/2" Plans Measures: 11" x 7 3/4" (folded) 37" x 11" (unfolded). etc. A 20 pp catalogue die-cut in the shape of a piece of luggage with litho on alcohol labels on the luggage.   The catalog includes scotch, aperitifs, sherries, rye, bourbon, Irish whiskies, ports, gins, rum, cognacs and brandies.  The title page reads "The Yellow House" (La Casa Amarilla) Curacao- NWIPrice List of Liquors in Bond.  We deliver to the ship free of chard.  Your name and Cabin No. tagged on each case.  Place your orders early.   Measures 4 1/2" x 6 1/2". An extensive array.. Today the Yellow House is a Duty Free Perfume and Costmetic Retailer.
 Oriental "Show-You" Recipes. Oriental Show-You Company.Columbia City, Indiana.c1922  Menu - Class of '69 - Delmonico's. Sanford, Harroun & Co..New York.1866
24 pp, red illustrated wrapper. This recipe book had easy recipes for which one could use canned Asian ingredients at home. The book starts with the way rice is cooked in Japan, and continues on to recipes for a variety of Chop-Suey sauces such as Plain Chop-Suey, Tomato Chop-Suey and Chinese Chop-Suey. While some of these recipes are variations of oriental recipes (Egg Foo-Young), majority of traditional dishes Americans in the 1920s would have been familiar with, but with an Asian twist. For example Japanese Pork Roast, Chicken Souffle, Oyster Cocktail Sauce, Salmon Croquettes and Fruit Salad. The Oriental Show-You Company was founded in 1918 in Detroit by Shinzo Ohki, a Japanese immigrant. The company imported shoyu, now more commonly known as soy sauce, and tea from China. In 1922  he moved his company to Columbia City, IN, and began bottling his own brand of shoyu, along with other Chinese foods such as canned mung bean sprouts, chow mein noodles, and chop suey. The company would be bought out in the 1960s by Beatrice Food Inc, and later La Choy Food Products. At its peak the company was making approximately 30,000 gallons of soy sauce per year. There are six black and white engravings placed through out the book, which always have at least one of the companies products features in the illustration. Measures 7 1/4" x 4 1/2". Minor fading on the bottom of the front cover due to light damage. Interior pages are toned due to age. An 8" x 5"  single-fold menu for the Class of '69, held at Delmonico's, Tuesday, June 19, 1866. The menu page and lists of toasts within.  Toasts included The Ladies, Fritz and A. O.B,  Our Sister Colleges, Our Ponies, Sophroniscus-- a pleasant recreation, etc. The reverse lists the committee.  Letter folds and heavy wear..
K. Nagashima Japanese Tea Advertisement on Rice Paper. The Morey Mercantile Co..Shizuoka, Japan.13636 Tested Cooking Recipes and Household Hints by Cleveland News Housewives. ..c1910
An advertisement, written on rice paper, for Solitaire Tea which was a green tea produced in the Shizuoka region of Japan. Solitaire Tea was produced by the Morey Mercantile Co, based in Denver, CO, and it was first launched In 1902. It was a part of the Solitaire Brand, the company's premium quality store brand, which provided various spices, coffee, tea and canned fruits and vegetables. This advertisement is a letter sent directly from  the tea agent located in Shizuoka, Japan in May 1937. The agent, K. Nagashima, describes the tea garden from which Solitaire Tea comes from, "the hillsides are now entirely covered with green tea bushes, just sprouting their first crop of leaves that are very young and tender." The letter closes with the slogan for the tea, "Solitaire Tea once in a consumer's teapot makes a friend for life." The letter is written on rice paper, on top of which is a letterhead for the Solitaire Tea brand. It depicts two boxes of tea and at the center a Japanese woman sitting in her garden making tea. At the base of the letter is an illustration of a Mt. Fuji, the volcanic mountain located in the Shizuoka region of Japan. Under the mountain are small green hills, a river with a bridge, and finally in the foreground a tea garden with its tea bushes neatly lined in a row. The letter comes with an envelope, addressed to Mrs. H. A. Weinrech of Loveland, CO. On the envelope there is a depiction of a box of Solitaire Tea and the small illustration of the mountain with the tea garden that is also found at the base of the letter. The envelope is enclosed in a rice paper envelope that has been self sealed. Letter measures: 7" x 2 3/4" (folded), 22" x 7" (unfolded). Envelope measures: 8" x 3". The Morey Mercantile Co. was established in 1884 by Chester Stephen Morey (1847-1922)  and it sold a variety of coffee, spices, tea, canned goods, matches, writing tables, and cigars. Chester's son, John William Morey (1878-1956) took over the company in 1922 just after his father's death and grew the store into one of the largest grocery businesses in the West. In 1956, John Morey sold the business to Consolidated Foods Cooperation, but unfortunately died soon there after. In 2014, Chester's great-great-grandson, Mark A. Ferguson, open a restaurant in Denver, CO called Solitaire in honor of his family's history. A 32 pp what appears to be a newspaper supplement printed on newsprint.  The front cover depicts a woman in a kitchen preparing a recipe.  Illustration marked D. C. Rudolph.  The forward is titled Recipes by Famouse Clevland Cooks, Published by The Cleveland News for Distribution Among Its Readers.  The Foreword by the Women's Editor of the Cleveland News reveals this Cook Book is not the work of one cooking expert, but of many -- the expert home cooks who read The Cleveland News.  The recipes have been tried by those who originally prepared them.  Many of the contributions are in the first person, just as they were written by the women who sent them to the Household Department of the News.   Content is dense with a wide array of recipes covering many types of food from frosting to rabbits. Advertising on covers, otherwise dense recipes.  Measures 10 1/2" x 8 1/2".  No OCLC.  . Edge chips on front cover. Age toning on newsprint.
 The Animals Trip To Town, Advertising Booklet. Charles E. Hires Company.Philadelphia, PA.c1915  Casino de Paree Menu and Wine List, . ..
This advertising booklet was produced by the Charles E. Hires Company to advertise Hires Root Beer. It is meant to be a continuation of a previous advertisement booklet called, "The Kings Nectar, A Legend", that told the story of Alice who won golden chair from a King when she made him a drink with Hires Root Beer. This story takes places shortly after when Alice invites all of her animal friends from the forest to come and share a drink with her. The resulting story is quite humorous as a variety of anthropomorphic characters, such as a  bear, raccoon and lion, all pile into a bright red car and make their way to town and the party. The golden chair Alice won in the last story can even be seen on several of the drawings. The front cover depicts the animals riding in the car on the way to the party. The back cover depicts the same animals enjoying a picnic in the woods while drinking Hires Root Beer. The centerfold page of the booklet has an advertisement for Hires Expansion Bottle Stoppers which solves "the problem of keeping an effervescent beverage such as Hires Root Beer in bottles without danger of corks popping out." This advert as an illustration of a bear corking a bottle of root beer, as the stopper "holds with a bear grip." Below is a quote from the story when Alice describes the drink to her animal friends. "The pure sparkling water that you love to drink Is here mixed with berries of blue, red, and pink, While sweetest of barks and fresh herbs from the wood Combine to give flavor and make it taste good." 12 pp (including wrappers), Staple booklet. Measures 5"  x 3". Die cut cover with raised gold decorative feathers and print, looks into cover of menu which features a semi nude woman posing with scarf, detailed supper menu and wine list, dinner specials and suggestions, and advertisement for Billy Rose Music Hall; Pol Roger Champagne and Seagram's. Casino de Paree, 54th Street, West of Broadway, New York. Menu titles include Appetizers and Relishes; Soups; Sea Food; Entrees; Sandwiches; Chinese Dishes; Salads; Cold Cuts; Cheese; Desserts and Ice Cream; Coffee, Tea, Etc. Wine lists titles Champagne; Bordeaux; Burgundy; Wines; Cocktails; Mixed Drinks; Cognac and Liqueurs. 12" x 9 1/2". folded cover not attached
La Visite a la Ferme [The Visit to the Farm]. Olivier-Pinot.France.c1876  Portable Lemonade, or Sugar of Lemons. Preston & Merrill.Boston.c1871
24 pp (including covers) Eight (8) full page color plates plus the cover.  All with extreme detail. Plus black and white vignettes.  Tells the story of a man and his three children, Marie, Sophie, and Jules, when they visit a farm in the French country side. While there they see cows, learn how to milk them and make butter and cheese. Additionally they go to the barnyard and see a variety of animals, and participate in the harvest of the vegetable fields and fruit orchards. Lastly the children take a trip to the wine cellar. OCLC - 1 only (3/2018).   Inscription from a previous owner 1883. In French. Measures 10 3/4" x 8 3/4". Edge wear, covers partially detached at base (approximately 2 1/2"). Covers glued to margin top portion of book. Two stains on the front cover along the top left. Pages are toned and soiled due to age. Inscription by early owner. A 10" x 7 1/4" broadside promoting tins of lemonade powder.  It includes the health benefits and testimonials. It was purportedly used by during the Civil War in hospitals to give great comfort and materials promoted recovery  of the soldiers.   Arctic explorers and other long voyagers used it to prevent scurvy and for a cooling drink for fever and other patients.  Also the thing for Mining, Lumbering, Exploring, Surveying, Hunting, Fishing and Picnic parties.  Includes its greatest properties and testimonials from a State Assayer, an MD in Massachusetts 1871.. Preston & Merrill - founded in 1845, makers of Flavoring Extracts.
 Menu and Receipt for 7 smaa hjem (7 small houses), Denmark . .. Promotional Brochure - Barbizon Les Charmettes & the Resumption of Sunday Dinners c1930s Illustrated by Pol Rab in Red & Black ..
Cut folded paper menu with cut spoon shaped 'special' plus receipt for meal at the restaurant. Menu written in English. The menu is shaped like a soup tureen and the attached spoon has one of the special written on it. Menu titles are Hors d'oeuvres, Soups, Fish, Eggs and Vegetables, Light but Tasty, Poultry, Roast. and Dessert. & smaa hjem is located at Jernbanegade 4 (Railway Street 4). The inside menu has sketches of food and drink, the outside has the restaurant name. Included is a receipt of a diner at the restaurant with items ordered and prices. 6 1/4" x 7 1/2". slight discoloration on edges A single-fold 6 1/4" x 4 1/4" promotional brochure illustrated by Pol Rab for the Barbizon Les Charmettes with an image of the exterior on the cover.  The inside illustration is of chefs at work, caption announces the resumption of Sunday Dinners.  The back cover promotes the hotel located in Foret de Fontaineblea, Barbizon. Published by Jem. .
 Preserving Food - 7 Cook Booklets demonstrate improvement in 'Putting Up" or  Home Canning and Preserving. ..1910-1930s Joseph Charles Lehner World's Fair Menu and Recipe Book. Lehner and Sefert Publishing Company .San Francisco .1915
A collection of 7 booklets and a leaflet relating to innovations in preserving of food for the American housewife.   The booklets include Canning Preserving & Jelly Making Made Easy by Using a "Wear-Ever Aluminum Canner and a "Wear-Ever" Preserving Kettle with a 'so easy a child can do it' on the cover.   Good Luck in Preserving promoting Good Luck Fruit Jar Rings.   Peaches and Cream the Whole Year promoting The Atlantic Col-Pac Canner  "gives better results with less labor and less expense: round by Atlantic Stamping Company.  How to Can Fruits and Vegetables Promoting Ball Fruit Jars by Ball Brothers Company.  A chart or leaflet promoting Ball Perfect Seal Rubbers.  Recipes for making better James Jellies & Marmalades with Certo (1928).   Cold Pack Canning with images from photographs and instructions on canning all sorts of vegetables, meats, etc presented by Good Luck - The Original Cold Pack Rubbers.  Better Home Canning with Presto Canning Supplies, presented as a booklet that opens to  Canning Time Tables on one side and narrative on the reverse. All include information on the process, why their products are superior and how they are safer and save time.  Only two reference pressure cooking.    Imagery of the women canning is consistently meticulous, well-coifed women with starched aprons canning without fuss.   The largest measures 8" x 5". . The book is made up of mainly two parts. 144 pages. The first are reproduction and images of menus that were exhibited as part of the "Menu Collection" at the Panama-Pacific International Exhibition. The international menu reproductions often represent important or significant meals, usually of political nature, a few others for their lavish nature. There is the menu of the Inaugural Ball Supper of 1901, as well as one from the reopening dinner of the New Palace Hotel. Included on the same page on the images of the menu is a brief caption explaining the occasion and location of the dinner, as well as what was served. The second part is comprised on detailed advice or tips about cooking and dinner planning. There is a section that is dedicated to the appearance and set up of the table as well as how the dinner should be served. The second part also includes some recipes divided by food subject, like soup or eggs and omelets. Each subject has varying number of recipes and depending on the food item some include basic cooking methods or instruction. The first several pages of the fish section is dedicated to explaining the different cooking methods and which kind of fish is best for the method. 10.5" x 7.5" . The author of the book wanted people to use the book in order to feel better able to cook food and to be seen as a resource. Joseph Charles Lehner traveled extensively, he liked to study and observe the food of the area he was in. It was important to him that people actually have some knowledge about the food they consume for a better experience. While the first part of the book is about sharing the extravagant. The second part represents his belief that delicious meals do not have to come with a high expense, there are cheaper options that are not inferior. It is about knowing how best to utilize them that is key.
 Tongue in Cheek Menu - Grand Salt Water Voyage. .Philadelphia.Nov. 7, 1890 S. H. Benson A Guinness Sport Folio - Whimsical Promotion. Guinness.Dublin.1950s
A tongue in cheek heavy stock menu that appears to be lambasting the outgoing politicians in Philadelphia.  It is presented as a Grand Salt Water Voyage - Four Years' Pickling at the Head Waters of the famouse Stream of Brine". The voyage was on The Steamer, "Denial" leaving the Pine Street wharf of the Tuna. The vessel will be captained by "Boss" Bannon, who will fly as his colors, the affidavit of Cummings, The Hon. John Wanamaker Johnston, P.M., will man the helm, and struggle to keep the vessel in good shape for the retuyrn trip.   A list of crew members follows.    The Menu on the reverse roasts (pun intended) various figures including Billingsley, Blackmarr, Judas Pluvius Zane, etc.  It includes Crow, dressed in "Glittering Generalities," and much more.  Measures 6 1/4" x 3". . A humorous and colorful advertising booklet for Guinness Stout. The booklet contains a series of illustrations featuring people doing different sports activities in late Victorian/ Edwardian dress. The activities has been organized by month, so for example, in January the figures are ice skating and in September they are hunting. The illustrations themselves are quite humorous, for example, the illustration of the ice skating shows the same man in the variety of ways he fell down on the pond. In addition to the illustrations each page has a corresponding poem. Below is an example: "Describing his win, with a Guinness in hand, The Rider, who's still fun of beans, Says he won by a head, and we all understand It's the head of a Guinness he means." - March, a horse racing scene Illustrated covers. Stapled Booklet. 16 pages. Designed by S. H. Benson. Printed by John Waddington Ltd. Illustrations by Antony Groves-Raines. Measures 9 1/4" x 6 1/2".
Bounteous Gifts Embossed Die-cut Charmstring Calendar for 1901 - - Fowl, Lobster & Wine Advertising Fan - Restaurant de la Cascade - Boin de Boulogne. ..
A three-part 19" x  11" charmstring style drop calendar for 1901.Each of the three ovals with thorny vine and rose border decoration a fine chromolithograph illustration of food and/or wine at center with four (4) calendar months. Accompanied by the verse Bounteous Gifts - May the gates of plenty, honor and Happiness be open to thee.  Drink of this cup; you'l find there's a spell in Its every drop g'gainst the ills of mortality --Moore.  Illegible printed illustrator's signature at the base of each image.  Marked B1161 at base; no other identifying marks. Top hanger lacking. Light toning in spots. Example of late Victoriana. . . Twelve wooden blade paper hand fan depicting a c1920s French woman holding a parasol and stopping to smell the roses.  The reverse reads Restaurant de la Cascade - Bois de Boulogne.  Presumable a promotion provided by the elegant outdoor restaurant for patrons.  Measures 10" x 8" when one.. Some wear; one blade partially lacking.
The Experienced American Housekeeper, or Domestic Cookery: Formed on Principles of Economy for the Use of Private Families. Printed Buena Vista Spring Hotel Menu on Lg Watercolor decorated Paper Hand Fan 1894,  Asian Motif - Chrysthanthemums . .Blue Ridge Mountains.1894
216 pp  6 leaves of plates. Yellow cloth hardcover.  Blind stamp.   Diagrams of cuts of meat.  Begins with Observations for the Use of the Mistress of a Family of a Family. Systematic goes through various types of meats, fish and other food categories. Includes index.  First published 1807.  Measures 6 1/2" x 4". An 8 bamboo blade paper covered fane with a watercolor Asian inspired chrysthanthemum motif.   On the left 1/3 of one side of the fan is an applied menu for the Buena Vista Spring Hotel, Franklin Co., PA.  It is for Dinner on Sunday, August 5, 1894.  Fare includes leg of mutton with piquant sauce, Filet of Boeuf a l'Italienne, Breast of Veal with tomato stuffing, Cymlings (pattypan squash), California Fruit Pie and much more.  Measures13 1/2" x 24" when open.   The Buena Vista Spring Hotel was an elegant resort hotel of it's day. It was located 70 miles from Baltimore, elevated 1500 ft above sea level and overlooks the Cumberland Valley on one side and the Historic Battlefields of Gettysburg on the other.  An 1891 advertisment promotes the hotel as "A dry atmosphere, pure water, perfect sanative.  All modern improvements, Elevators, etc..
Joseph A. Lambeth Lambeth Method of Cake Decoration and Practical Pastries  . Allied Bakery Products, Inc.Detroit, MI.1960, Third Printing  A Collection of Menus and related Ephemera from Yale, circa 1902. Yale.New Haven, CT.1902
360pp. Large format cookbook is focused solely on the skill of baking. 360 pp.  Hardcover binding, dark maroon covers with gold decoration and raised lettering. The book is comprised of sixteen chapters, each with their own theme, like "French Pastries" and "Seasonal Cakes". Each chapter begins with a short introduction to the items that are included in the section. There are many recipes included in each chapter along with several photographs and illustrations, including 20 color plates that brilliantly present the wonderfully crafted baked goods.  Measures 12 1/4" x 9 1/4".. A collection of four items relating to Yale University. The first item is program to the 25th Annual Banquet of the Yale News, which took place on March 7, 1902. This was the quarter-centennial for the Yale Daily News, and the ten page program (including covers) features a menu and a list of guest, as well as a little description of the newspaper itself. Portions of this program look as though they are a newspaper rather than an event program. String binding. Measures 8" x 5 1/2". The second item is the menu from the Alumni dinner on June 25, 1902 that took place at University Hall. It is a single fold program with a decorative blue ribbon. The interior of the menu features a black and white photograph of University Hall, and a menu, that lists such dishes as larded fillet of beef and Neapolitan ice cream. Measures 5" x 4" (folded), 8" x 5" (unfolded). The third item is menu to an unknown, undated event at Yale. Each item on the menu has 'Yale' in the title, such as Yale Oyster Stew and Yale Apple Pie. The menu is printed with blue ink  and features several small decorative devices along the border. Measures 10" x 4". The last item is a small, possibly unrelated, card with a handwritten sentiment. Measures 3 1/2" x 2"..
Burleigh The Old Colony Railroad: Its Connections, Popular Resorts, and Fashionable Watering-Places. Rand, Avery, & Co..Boston.1874 Advertising Campaign Portfolio with Printer Samples - Glendale Milk. McTee & Co Inc.New York.1929
24pp. Wrappers. Tipped in 9" x 8 1/2"  fold-out map of Old Colony Railroad and Connections, E. N. Winslow del. (Bufford publisher).   Full page and in-text illustrations throughout including places of interest and railway maps. Interesting narrative re people, destinations, the railway and geography.  Back cover promotes Fall River Line.  Measures 7 3/4" x 4 3/4". . The Advertising Campaign Portfolio was produced by McTee & Company Inc for Glendale Milk in 1929. McTee & Company was New York based advertising firm run by John Bevans, a novelist poet and advertising man, who produced ads that both “that tell your story at a glance” and will  “entertain and inform them, [to] keep your name before the public." The campaign was called “Kiddies in Dairyland” which was a storybook for Glendale Milk customers. This portfolio comes in two folders. The first contains a description of the ad campaign with fold-out pages, 52 pages of illustrations of the campaign with various details, letter from the Contact Department of Mc Tee & Company, a coupon book, and 6 blind embossing stock plates. The second portfolio contains seven pockets with a total of 62 blind embossing stock plates of various sizes (the majority are 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"), and two metal printing plates with their corresponding samples. Measures 12 1/2" x 11” (folders), 9 1/4" x 9 (largest blind embossing stock plate) To view this item, please click on the following link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/LxxClyikMxMINLk32. Minor edge wear to portfolios. First page of the ad description in the first folder is partially detached.
5 Children's Educational Poster - Nursery Rhymes  Adapted to reflect Healthy Habits. National Child Welfare Association Inc.New York.1923 Vibrant & Graphic  - Set of 6 Menu Cards, Pan-American Exposition Promote Armour's Extract of Beef
A part of series by the National Child Welfare Association that educated children on exercise and good healthy habits.  The posters are essentially altered nursery rhymes.  Include Little Bo-Peep, Senorita Carmencita,  Jack and Jill, Jack be Nimble, and Little Boy Blue (No. 3, 4, 6, 10 and 12) . For example, a young girl dressed in native Spanish attire while a little boy shakes a fig tree reads: "Senorita Carmencita Is a fig and raisin eater, These-not candy-you can tell Are what keep her strong and well." Illustration by Fanny L Warren. Measures 14" x11". Light age toning. Minor damage to top right of  poster A set of six 7 5/8" x 5 1/2"  menu cards representing scenes of the Pan-American Exposition.   Each card features brilliant illustrations of a fair event and is adorned in red and white border decorations. They include scenes from the Electric Tower, Government Buildings, Power House Interior (Harnessing the Niagara), Temple of Music, Machinery & Transportation Building and Manufacturers & Liberal Arts Building  The menus are serving suggestions for meals each featuring Armour's Extract of Beef and include two menus each for Luncheon,  Dinner and Chafing-Dish Supper.  The reverse of the cards each have a different cooking tip relating to the product and instructions on obtaining a set of the menu cards for postage and a metal cap from a jar of Armour's Extract of Beef.
 Crop Plant Stimulation Tests, Gaton Hide Mulch Paper. .Glens Falls, NY.1930 Der Bierbrauer, beer brewing magazine Germany1898-1904
In the summer of 1930 several stimulation tests were carried out in Glens Falls, NY on clay loam soil of good fertility in order to identify if adding mulch produced better crops. A variety of crops were used during this test, such as melons, peppers, onions, potatoes, and string beans. In general the findings were inconclusive, with there being little to no discernible effect on crop output with the except of when the soil was of lower fertility and had less natural moisture retention, where the mulch did help. This item includes the 24 page typed report, 40 black and white photographs of the crops throughout the experiment, and 17 cyanotype scientific graphs. There is a list of the titles of the photographs which has the photograph count at 46, however the binder only contains 40.  Extensive information and source materials.  Black leather covers. Measures 10 3/4" x9". Pages are curled at edge. The report is on printed on tracing paper which is toned due to age, and has minor edge wear. Collection of 237 beer brewing magazines plus 7 individual separate supplements. 29 are issued monthly and 208 are weekly. Promotion brochures inserted into some magazines with narrative description, imagery and testimonials. Covers depict brewing machinery.  Extensive advertisements included descriptions and imagery of products.   Content predominantly  technical journal articles. Der Bierbrauer Monthly Reports (Berichte) January-July 1899 no. 1-7 (missing 6) Weekly supplement (Beiblatt) January-December 1898 (missing 1, 5, 7, 9, 14, 18, 22, 27, 31, 36, 40, 45, 49, 51) Monthly Reports March-December 1898 (missing 1, 2) Weekly Supplement January-April 1899 no. 1-17 (missing 1, 5, 10, 14) Weekly Reports October-December 1900 no. 41-52 Weekly Reports November-December 1901 no. 48-51 Weekly Reports January-December 1902 no. 1-52 (complete) Weekly Reports January-December 1903 no. 1-52 (missing no 40) Weekly Reports January-December 1904 no. 1-52 (missing no. 51, double of no. 52) . All content in German, covers are flaking, some staining and water damage