The Ice Crop: How to Harvest, Store, Ship and Use Ice, a Complete Practical Treatise for ... All Interested in Ice Houses, Cold Storage and the Handling Or Use of Ice in Any Way, Including Many Recipes for Iced Dishes and Beverages

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O. Judd Company, 1892 - Ice - 122 pages

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