I have several of his cookbooks, and love them, and use them often. My most favorite is " Menus for Entertaing" When I first starting having dinner parties, we would open the book to wherever it fell, and make the whole menu. I still use it extensively today. I have 'Cook It Outdoors" circa 1941. while I may not make the exact recipe, I still use the ideas. Beard on Pasta, I use occasionally, but I have so many pasta books, they are all in competition. I just got a used one in the mail today, "100 Of The World's Greatest Recipes", not mentioned in any of his bios ( well, it was published by Benson & Hedges, but let's not go there, please, thank you). It reminds me of the old Gourmet magazines from the 50's and 60's. Great classic dishes. If you love a great read, and you really want to understand the man behind the books, his biographies are nothing short of fabulous. "Love and Kisses and a Halo Of Truffles", Epicurean Delights, or Delights and Prejudicies". all are wonderful reads, and will give you great insight into the man.
I have a few more, just can't remember which ones.