1930s era Rumford Baking Powder Recipe Booklet – Rumford Co.


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For sale is an original 1930s era RUMFORD BAKING POWDER Recipe Booklet entitled “How’s That Grandma”. This small color booklet measures about 3-1/2″ by 6-1/8″ inches. The booklet cover features an older woman passing on her baking skills to her granddaughter. The interior contains 6 different recipes. The booklet in excellent condition. Is it just me or does Grandma look like Robin Williams in Mrs Doubtfire?  An awesome collectible for any interested in vintage advertising, baking soda, or baking powder related items.

The Rumford Company, Providence, Rhode Island, were the makers of Rumford Baking Powder. The Rumford Chemical Works in 1856 began producing and shipping baking powder across the nation and around the world. At the turn of the 19th century, Rumford Chemical included 300 acres of working farms and communities to sustain the factory workers, and the Village of Rumford was called the “kitchen capital of the world.”

Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 1 in