Art, Menus & Photographs
Joanne Hendricks, Cookbooks
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Photograph: POTATO MAN FROM JOHN'S ISLAND (SOUTH CAROLINA.) Attributed to George W. Johnson. ca.1910's. original black and white, lightly sepia toned. 4 x 5 " This image of the potato man was used as an illustration in the now collectible cookbook 200 Years of Charleston Cookery by Blanche Rhett, c.1930. $300.
DANIEL SPOERRI. Gallery announcement for EAT ART GALLERY. Dusseldorf, 1970. 29 ½ x 42 cm. Unframed. $450.
From the centerfold of WILD RASPBERRIES, Frankfurt & Warhol. 1959. Piglet in full color. archivally framed.
22 x 16 " $19,000.
LITHOGRAPHIC POSTER. Maurice Neumont, artist illustrator, 1860-1930. Original framed print. 46 x 30” (48 ½ x 32 ½ framed) printed signature dated 1923. Neumont’s work could lean toward the patriotic in the post war period the 20th century. A poster praising the benefits of buying from your local community CoOp.
Neumont also designed fashionable menus & posters, magazines & newspapers. $3000.
MENU. DELMONICO’S. Complimentay Banquet of the Illinois Society of New York in Honor of Melville E. Stone, President of the Illinois Society. Dated April thirtieth, 1904, At seven o’clock. A triptich carte with courses served— reception committee named and a center design image of the honoree, Mr. Stone. $65.
MENU FROM CHANTERELLE RESTAURANT, NYC.
CLOSED IN 2009, THE STORY OF THE AUCTION OF THE INTERIOR OF THE RESTAURANT AND MENU COLLECTION WAS WRITTEN ABOUT IN THE NEW YORK TIMES, FEB,
10, 2010. THE MENUS WERE A FABULOUS ARRAY OF DESIGNS. THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY NOW HAS A COMPLETE SET.
FOR CHANTERELLE RESTAURANT. KUNIE SUGIURA.
From 2002, $300.
Restaurant Receipt. LA PYRAMIDE. Lunch with a Hermitage. Ca. 1960’s- early 70’s. $125.
LUTECE. NYC. DATED 4.5.72. Restaurant receipt. $65.
FRENCH MENU LITHOGRAPHS. 8.5 x 11” each has 2 folds. Late 19th century. $125 ea.
Menu. LE VERT GALANT. AU COEUR DE PARIS SUR LA SEINE. inserted pink colored mimeographed menu from 1950. silk screened on card paper signed A J C 49. 42 Quai des Orfevres, Paris, 1st er. mentioned in PARIS CUISINE, Beard & Watt, 1952. $425.
6 MENU CARDS. Delicate sepia toned ink and color wash drawings, Italy inspired. Late 19th century, tape repair on the backside, one card has a menu written directly on the card. One inserts the written menu between the 2 cards of the menu and aligns it in the small frame. Gold colored edges.
Scenes include: Temple di Nettune, Capri da Massa, Hotel Tramantano in Sorrento, Duomo Fiesole, Lucerne, Chiesa di Santa Croce Firenze. $145.
BILL OF FARE OF JOHN CAZALET'S DINING ROOM. 254 Fulton Street, between Washington and West Streets. New York. a relic of mid- 19th century New York. 9 x 5 3/4" folded.
The physical address is recorded in Longworth's American Almanac: New York Register and City Directory for the Sixty-Second year of American Independence. 1837, page 346: As early as 1837 it is recorded that 254 Fulton Street was a boarding house with grocers on either side: Johnson, Philip, boardinghouse. 254 Fulton Street, English, James. grocer. 256 Fulton, Denison, Charles. grocer. 252 Fulton.
In Trow's New York City Directory from 1865, page 654, there is listed a Neubeck, Conrad as either manufacturing or selling beer. Also recorded in Trow's of that year on page xcviii, is Topf, Michael, eating house.
Forty well ventilated and furnished rooms connected with the house-- not uncommon to have an eating establishment within the boarding house. American Fare. $400.
RESTAURANT VOISIN. 6 ¾ x 9 “. Cream card. With stains. Established in 1913 at 375 Park Avenue, New York by the Baumgarten brothers of Austria. After 6 successful years they sold it to start the renown Crillon. This during the WW1 years. On the back is an attendee’s handwritten tribute, intended to be read aloud, at this memorial dinner at the restaurant for Martin J. Sheriden. $95.
Menu. boldly signed on cover. PAUL BOCUSE. Collonges au Mt.d'Or, France. etes 1981. 26 x 39.5 cm. white card glossy & matte, one fold. detailed image. $125.
with tipped in silver gelatin and actual size tipped-in photographs
Owen Simmons, F.C.S. THE BOOK OF BREAD. London: Maclaren & Sons, n.d. 1903. 4to. 360pp. green cloth with gold stamped title. The author had the distinction of being the:
Great Britain and Ireland
Certificated by Examinations under Government (Science and Art Department) in Chemistry, Mechanics, Machine Construction and Hygiene, and in Bread-Making Under the City and Guilds of London Institute (with “Honours”)
Expert since 1888 to “The British Baker”
Bread Judge at the International Exhibitions
Juror to the Universal Food and Cookery Association
lecturer on Bread-making Technology at the International Exhibitions, at the Borough Polytechnic, and
“The National School of Bakery”
How to bake a good loaf, in a technological, scholarly and a scientific sort of way.
Illustrated with “actual size” photographs- 8 black and white, as paste-ons, two superb “silver gelatin” photographs, 11 color photographic prints and 4 black and white photographic illustrations- all of types of bread loaves. In an introductory essay the author explains the difficulty in producing these photographs to illustrate the do’s and don'ts of breadmaking.Martin Parr and Gerry Badger included THE BOOK OF BREAD in their book THE PHOTOBOOK: A HISTORY VOLUME 1, 2004, and and also mention it in interviews publicizing their book- curiously comparing the book and author to a 1980’s conceptual artist. It has since “risen” in the “sought after” art book and rare book market.
Not mentioned in
Elizabeth David’s bibliography in her comprehensive Bread Book published in 1977- a green cloth hardcover, rubbed at the corners, stamped title on front and spine, clean pages tight , no
cracking, decorative end pages. several pages of advertising by millers and of machinery.
Bitting 435; not in LOC; at Harvard $1800.
late 18th or early 19th century FRENCH satirical depiction of John Bull, blue overcoat, buff colored vest, bull dog, the dog for bull and bear baiting, ale, a hanging cockerel, cock fighting being a favorite sporting past time and a small depiction of a steer about to get the ax.
LA COLLATION ANGLAISE,
ou l'occupation favorite d'un Peuple Penseur.
Plus d'un fils albion au port grave et pesant
passe pou run penseur profond et penetrant
on se trompe en cela comme en toute autre affaire
milord ne pense pas, messeurs, mais il digere
et comme il sait fort bien que les distractions
sont souvent un obstacle aux grandes fonctions
d'un estomac qu'il craint autant qu'il le revere
il ne veut pas troubler l'utile ministere
“Having moved into smaller quarters, I will sell at Public Auction, at my home in RANDOLPH CENTER VILLAGE... AUCTION ANNOUNCEMENT. June 18th n.d. Randolph Center, Vermont. Paper toned. 25 x 19”. $150.
JAPANESE CULINARY POP. 23 X 16” Fine Arts Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, March & April, 1970. shrink wrapped. $600.
TINTYPE. SUFFRAGETTES AND KITCHEN PANS. AN INSPIRATION ! an image of our fore-sisters, beautifully dressed, an American flag in the background and kitchen pans !! for the noise. 5 X 3.5 " $950.
Martin Miller (1917-2005) a late 1960's early 70's original print from the Martin estate. Martin was a prominent US Treasury Department official and a photographer famous for studies of unclothed women. His name and address is on the back of the photo and this is presumably his handwriting, with the number 12 circled. $675.