[RADIO] Fun Fare; A Booklet of Party Plans - Games, Menus, and Recipes - For Groups Large or Small, Young or Old - EVERYWHERE! Helen Stevens - "Little Lady of the House" Fisher.
[RADIO] Fun Fare; A Booklet of Party Plans - Games, Menus, and Recipes - For Groups Large or Small, Young or Old - EVERYWHERE!
[RADIO] Fun Fare; A Booklet of Party Plans - Games, Menus, and Recipes - For Groups Large or Small, Young or Old - EVERYWHERE!
[RADIO] Fun Fare; A Booklet of Party Plans - Games, Menus, and Recipes - For Groups Large or Small, Young or Old - EVERYWHERE!

[RADIO] Fun Fare; A Booklet of Party Plans - Games, Menus, and Recipes - For Groups Large or Small, Young or Old - EVERYWHERE!

N.D.C., 1939. Youngren, Max. Staplebound. 30 pages. 20 x 14 cm. Written by one of Chicago's women of the "Golden Age of Radio," Helen Stevens Fisher, best known as "The Little Lady of the House" who was featured on The National Farm and Home Hour (NBC) - one of the most popular radio programs of the 20th century. Fisher was the Barbara Walters of her time, wrangling nationally famous personalities and stars coming through Chicago to join her on air and talk abouth themselves on the broadcast.

Booklet is filled with wacky party ideas: Millionaire's Party, Paper Sack Party, Treasure Trail... all accompanied by menus and recipes. Illustrated throughout. Covers lightly rubbed at edges. Color illustrated wraps. Very good. Item #2527

Price: $75.00