Benefit Cookery Book / CHRISTMAS COOKY CAKE And CANDY RECIPES The Kohler 1st ed
Benefit Cookery Book / CHRISTMAS COOKY CAKE And CANDY RECIPES The Kohler 1st ed:
Benefit Cookery Book / Christmas COOKY CAKE And CANDY RECIPES The Kohler 1st ed. Very good condition. Very little wear for its age. Minor discoloration on the cover. See photos as they are included in the description. Information and Back Story: Sheboygan, WI]: The Kohler Woman's Club, 1935. 1st printing. Not in Axford, Bitting, Brown nor Wheaton & Kelly. Pale green paper wrappers printed in dark green; red cord tie. Some soiling & wear to wrappers. Oblong format: 4" x 6" The Kohler Woman's Club was established and presided over in 1917 by Marie Christine Kohler who was the sister of former Governor of Wisconsin Walter J. Kohler. She was elected President of the Wisconsin Conference of Social Workers, she was prominent in the better-homes movement, the American Red Cross, and the Girl Scouts, and she was instrumental in establishing the American Association of University Women. Marie Kohler was also the leader in the movement that led to the passage of the Wisconsin Children's Code. The Kohler Woman's Club was known for its generous involvement in various community services. The book contains various holiday recipes for cookies, cakes, and candy contributed by members of the club.