WHITE HOUSE DIARY by Honrietta Nesbitt

WHITE HOUSE DIARY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Older girls would get a kick out of the vicissitudes of a White House house-keeper, as told by Mrs. Nesbitt, who was an important cog in the Roosevelt household. A natural for girls with a household bent, with its recipes, menus, planning, ordering, its emergencies, its high spots of social affairs, its intimate pictures of the President and his family. Interior decorating on a vast scale.

Pub Date: July 22nd, 1948
ISBN: 1432562371
Publisher: Doubleday