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Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills

August 1931 // Beverly Hills Woman's Club

This is a 1931 cookbook published by the Beverly Hills Woman's Club. It features an introduction from actor Will Rogers as well as local advertisements and menus.

Date Range

1930-1939

Tag(s)

Advertisement, Beef, Breads, Candy, Cheese, Children, Dessert, Egg, Fish, Poultry, Salad, Seafood, Soup, Vegetables, Recipe

Original Format

Community Cookbook

City/Town

Beverly Hills

State

California

County

Los Angeles

Region

Southwest

Country

United States

Scanner

Michigan State University Libraries Gerald M. Kline Digital and Multimedia Center

Document Pages

260

Resource Type

Text

Resource Identifier

MSU_Beve_Fashi_1931

Format

pdf

Language

English

Repository

Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections

Source

Original Publisher: Beverly Hills Woman's Club

Citation

Beverly Hills Woman's Club. "Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills." 1931. Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections, Original Publisher: Beverly Hills Woman's Club. https://whatamericaate.org/full.record.php?kid=79-2C8-129&page=1

Rights Management

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Contributing Institution

Michigan State University: Libraries, MATRIX: Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of History

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