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    need help identifying this old cookbook from Mt Pleasant School in SC i believe from some of the adds it was around the 1960s the phone numbers are 3 and 4 digits
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    Based on the look of the paper, the binding and the quality of the printing of the map, your book would date from the 1880s - 90s
    The fact that a phone number appears inside the cover makes me think it's original to the late-19thc.


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    1930's or 40's.

    Can't be any later than 1951 as Charles W. Schroder died in '51.

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