New York: Armour and Company, 1913. Staplebound. Tan wraps. Near fine. 13 x 8 cm. Includes color illustrations and recipes using Armour's Simon Pure Leaf Lard. Leaf lard is the soft (high grade) fat from the loins of a pig, which allowed Armour to advertise their product as "absolutely pure and vastly richer than other shortening". Armour's Leaf Lard was introduced around the same time vegetable shortening was being ushered into the market, Armour was attempting to sell the idea of a clean animal-based shortening to compete with the new vegetable based products. Printed on cover: Compliments of German Co-operative Ass'n. - 47 Branch St., Clinton, Mass. (Inventory #: 1799)
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