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From the above link, just type in any the names of the books below.
Party GamesParlor Games for the wise and otherwise
By Helen E. Hollister, E.J.H. Goodfellow
Published by: The Penn Publishing Company 1917
Popular pastimes for the field and fireside; or, Amusements for young and old
By Caroline L. Smith
Published by: Milton Bradley & CO 1867
By George Hapgood
Published by: The Penn Publishing Company 1911
Party FoodsFavorite recipes by the Ladies aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church Published by Lingle Print, Sunbury PA 1913
Practical recipes by Mrs. B. B. Cutter
Published by: Duffield & Co, New York 1909
The Home Queen Cook Book
M. A. Donohue & Co, 1901
Handy household hints and recipes by Mattie Lee Wehrley
Published by: The Breckel Press 1916
A collection of Delectable Recipes Tried and True contributed by The ladies of the Unitarian Church Waterville, Maine.
Printed at the Waterville Mail Office 1898
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