1953 Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book: Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book first published in 1953. This copy was published in 1962. Five-ring binder. 400 pages. Excellent vintage condition. Tabbed dividers in good shape. Cover and pages are all in good shape. Pages nearly untouched. Hinges are perfect. Some very light shelf wear along the bottom edges. Absolutely gift quality, especially if the recipient is a great friend or loved one!
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