South Bend IN: The United States Board of Trade / American Trade Council, Publication Division, 1932. Pamphlet. 94p., set in smallpoint on newsprint, triple-column, softbound in 10.5x7.5 inch decorated orange wraps, stapled. Paper is toned of course, but evenly, remaining quite handleable; there's mild edgewear and corner-tip creasing, a good to very good copy, even its staples are still bright.
The recipe section is followed by a plethora of tips, such as how to determine if a nutmeg is fresh or not (you have to buy the book, sorry). No brands of food or kitchen equipment are named or advertised; the Council, and indeed Mr Howard Johnson (he endorses this project with an introductory page) are putting shoulders to the balding wheels of the not-yet destitute: "All that the collaborator expects," says Johnson, "is that the users of this reference work be reasonably versed in the preparation of foods and that they be prepared in kitchens possessing a normal equipment."