BOHEMIAN SAN FRANCISCO Its Restaurants and their Most Famous Recipes - The Elegant Art of Dining
EDWORDS, Clarence E.
San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company, 1914. San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company, 1914 First edition (xiv) 138 pages. Tipped-in frontis illustration from photograph of the Old Cobweb Palace at Meiggs Wharf. Tan flexible cloth with dark brown cover and spine titling and a cover vignette of a small chef and a large escargot. Pictorial dustwrapper. Index. Small octavo. A FINE copy in a well-chipped dustwrapper, now icollected and protected in a clear mylar sleeve. Printed at Paul Elder's Tomoye Press by John Swart after the Press' return to San Francisco from New York (where they moved after the 1906 Earthquake and Fire) From the jacket, "This book tells of the old San Fraqncisco and of the new; of the quaint, the queer and the fascinating peoples and places of the City by the Golden Gate." Includes recipes (Try the clam chowder at page 92: "...thick enough to be eaten with a fork.".) Cagle & Stafford 229; Cowan (II), p. 192; Rocq 9270].
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Book Id: 703