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Hoff, Archie Corydon
Los Angeles, Cal., International publishing co.
Dainty sweets; ices, creams, jellies, preserves, by the world famous chefs, United States, Canada, Europe. The dainty sweet book, from the International cooking library
Language English
Year of publication 1913
publication_date QS:P577,+1913-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Internet Archive identifier
: daintysweetsices00hoffrich
(Reusing this file)
Assumed PD-1923, I've personally searched through the records for 1911-1914 and can't find any mention of this work. I also looked through the 1938-1939 records for possible renewals and can't find anything.
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