[San Rafael?]: (1906). 1st Edition thus, and 2nd Edition overall (Axford, p. 357 [giving a date of 1907 ?]; Cook, p. 29). Cf. Brown 51, for the first edition of 1898.  - 222 pp. Contributions attributed. Advertisements throughout. Half-tone b/w photographic vignette of the First Presbyterian Church to first page. 8-3/8" x 6". Pale blue flexible vinylized paper covers, printed in black. Average wear. Covers beginning to curl. A VG copy. Item #49761
This second edition considereably expands the offerings from that of the 1898 edition, which was only 136 pp in length. And herein we find the typical fare from cookbooks of this era... beginning with Bread & Soups, to Eggs & Pudding, to Jellies and Fruits, and ending with Food for the Sick and Miscellaneous [with such helpful hints as "To Remove Grass Stains" and "To Remove Iron Rust"].