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Book Condition: Fair
Second and revised edition of the 1910 first edition. Oilcloth covers, heavy wear. Mull showing on the spine where the cloth has worn away. Stains and edge wear. Interior stain, top of gutter, visible on the first 30 or so pages. Foxing and browning to some of the pages. The binding is tight and square and, despite the flaws from age and use, the book remains an interesting collection of recipes and business ads from the San Francisco Bay area just a short five years after the devastating earthquake of 1906. The Corona Club was a Woman's Club in San Francisco, organized in 1898. It limited membership to 200 until about the end of World War I when a campaign was initiated to increase club membership.