The Waverley Cook Book and Housewife's Purchasing Guide / compiled and arranged by May McMillan, Issued Under the Auspices of the Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association, Winnipeg Camps

McMillan, May

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Driver dates this book at "[1934]". She found one copy in an institution (at the Provincial Archives in Manitoba) and another in a private collection. See Driver's entry at M78.1. Since then, one has also been listed at the University of Guelph, via Amicus. The book was published during the first half of 1934. Rare indeed. There are many Scottish recipes included, Driver reports, as well as an article on Lake Winnipeg fish. The contents of this book are enhanced relative to some cookery books of the day in that it has a cookery professional as its author and compiler. See Driver's comments on the author at pp 920-925. Dimensions are 27.0 X 19.5 cm. Includes ads and index. Yapped edges of printed paper covers show minor chipping and closed tears. Lower right corner of the first leaf (pp 1-2) is missing the corner portion with a few words only of text lost to p.2, otherwise Very Good condition in yellow printed paper covers with image of young woman preparing food on front cover. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association. Winnipeg Camp

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Published by Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association. Winnipeg Camp, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Book Description Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association. Winnipeg Camp, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Driver dates this book at "[1934]". She found one copy in an institution (at the Provincial Archives in Manitoba) and another in a private collection. See Driver's entry at M78.1. Since then, one has also been listed at the University of Guelph, via Amicus. The book was published during the first half of 1934. Rare indeed. There are many Scottish recipes included, Driver reports, as well as an article on Lake Winnipeg fish. The contents of this book are enhanced relative to some cookery books of the day in that it has a cookery professional as its author and compiler. See Driver's comments on the author at pp 920-925. Dimensions are 27.0 X 19.5 cm. Includes ads and index. Yapped edges of printed paper covers show minor chipping, lower right corner of the first few pages show tiny chips and creases, stilll overall Very Good condition, clean, bright in yellow printed paper covers with image of young woman preparing food on front cover. Bookseller Inventory # 39591

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