Item #10702 Famous Recipes by Famous People -- The American Association of Gourmets Presents The Epicurean Delights of Those Who Really Like to Know What to Eat, in the Hope that the Tea Room, the Quick Lunch Counter and the Hamburger Stand Will Take Their Place Along with the Vanishing American and the Forgotten Man. Recipes Compiled, Commented Upon by.
Famous Recipes by Famous People -- The American Association of Gourmets Presents The Epicurean Delights of Those Who Really Like to Know What to Eat, in the Hope that the Tea Room, the Quick Lunch Counter and the Hamburger Stand Will Take Their Place Along with the Vanishing American and the Forgotten Man
Famous Recipes by Famous People -- The American Association of Gourmets Presents The Epicurean Delights of Those Who Really Like to Know What to Eat, in the Hope that the Tea Room, the Quick Lunch Counter and the Hamburger Stand Will Take Their Place Along with the Vanishing American and the Forgotten Man
Famous Recipes by Famous People -- The American Association of Gourmets Presents The Epicurean Delights of Those Who Really Like to Know What to Eat, in the Hope that the Tea Room, the Quick Lunch Counter and the Hamburger Stand Will Take Their Place Along with the Vanishing American and the Forgotten Man

Famous Recipes by Famous People -- The American Association of Gourmets Presents The Epicurean Delights of Those Who Really Like to Know What to Eat, in the Hope that the Tea Room, the Quick Lunch Counter and the Hamburger Stand Will Take Their Place Along with the Vanishing American and the Forgotten Man

Delmonte, California: Hotel Delmonte, 1936. Second Edition, Issued April 2, 1936. Original wraps. 8vo., pp. 43, illustrations by Paul Whitman, pages. alternate between white and light green. -- Front cover lightly worn and soiled at the outer extremities. Internally Fine. -- Overall Condition. Very good +. Item #10702

"The Hotel Del Monte was a large resort hotel in Monterey, California, from its opening in 1880 until 1942. It was one of the finest luxury hotels in North America.[1] During World War II, it closed and the building was leased to the United States Navy.[2] It first was used by the Navy as a school where enlisted men spent the second, third, and fourth months of an 11-month course being trained as electronic technicians. Later the Hotel Del Monte became the Naval Postgraduate School.[1][2] Today, the building is named Herrmann Hall. It contains school administrative offices and the Navy Gateway Inns and Suites, a hotel".-wikipedia.

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