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RECIPE BOOK   


  • Recipe book [compiled for The Church of the Holy Innocents', Thornhill Lees]
  • Subjects: fund-raising,

    • 1. The Church | of the | Holy Innocents', | Thornhill Lees. | Recipe book. | The proceeds of the sale of this book | will be given towards the funds of the | church and schools. | The compilers, who have taken great pains to avoid | errors, sincerely hope that any little failing | will be kindly overlooked. | They wish to thank all who have in any way assisted | in its production, and they hope that all will | enjoy the many good things contained therein, | and recommend the book to their friends.
      Dewsbury: Dawson and Son, Printers; 1910
      18.0 x 12.5 cm   Pp [i-viii] ads, [1-3] 4-72, [i-vii] ads   Blue paper covered boards with image of ribbon tied in bow on front  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

  • Recipe book [compiled for St John's Wesleyan Church]
  • Subjects: general,

    • 1. Recipe book. | St. John's Wesleyan Church.
      No place: 1908;
      18.5 x 12.5 cm   Pp [1-3] 4-64   Lacks (red paper?) binding  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

      The recipes are credited with the name, and sometimes address, of the contributor. Of the seventeen different addresses quoted, the majority are in Yorkshire.

  • Recipe book [compiled for The Selly Oak and District Branch of the Cripples' Union for Children and Adults]
  • Subjects: fund-raising,

    • 1. Recipe | book. | To aid the funds | of | The Selly Oak and District Branch | of | the Cripples' Union | for | Children and Adults. | Price 6d. [Cover-title]
      Bournville: 1910;
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-ii] iii-iv, 1-28   6d   Red paper  
      US:   *NNNAM  

      The introduction states that the book contains 100 recipes and that each contributor of a recipe gave a shilling to cover the cost of printing the book.

  • Recipe book [compiled for Wesleyan Church, Keighley]
    • 1. [An edition of "Recipe book", nd]

      BCat Parkinson March 1975 lists "Recipe book", Wesleyan Church Keighley, pages 69. The bookseller dates the volume about 1912.


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