Mexican Dishes. Dishes of the Dons. Souvenir Booklet From Your Richfield Dealer. Marian Manners, recipes.
Mexican Dishes. Dishes of the Dons. Souvenir Booklet From Your Richfield Dealer
Mexican Dishes. Dishes of the Dons. Souvenir Booklet From Your Richfield Dealer
Mexican Dishes. Dishes of the Dons. Souvenir Booklet From Your Richfield Dealer

Mexican Dishes. Dishes of the Dons. Souvenir Booklet From Your Richfield Dealer

Richfield Oil Co. of California, 1933. Edition of 1933. Original wraps. 3"x6", 24pp., illustrated, Inside front and rear covers have illustrated ad by Richfield Oil Company. -- Tiny bit of wear to the outer extremities. --. Near fine. Item #9889

Marian Manners and Prudence Penny were pseudonyms for the cooking instructors and writers, and later the food editors, of the Los Angeles Times and Hearst newspapers, respectively. As such, they didn’t really exist, except on the newspapers’ pages and cooking pages and in the minds of their grateful readers. For her 1931 debut, Marian Manners, otherwise known as local cooking instructor Ethel Vance Morse, was given the title director of The Times’ new Home Service Bureau, a precursor to today’s Food section, which aimed to address “all the thousand and one intermediary problems and snags that confront the housewife daily.”-los angeles times.

Price: $35.00

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