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Manuscript Cookbook collection, 1650–1980 | Morse Department of Special Collections

By Grace Heidebrecht

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Collection Overview

Title: Manuscript Cookbook collection, 1650–1980Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Morse Department of Special Collections

Extent: 19.0 Boxes

Subjects: Cookery

Languages: English, French, German, Danish, Hebrew

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Manuscript Cookbook collection includes 106 cookbooks with culinary recipes and home remedies dating from the early 16th century to the late 20th century. The cookbooks originate from various countries, such as Austria (1), Denmark (1), England (25), France (1), Germany (7), Ireland (3), Mexico (5), Palestine (1), Slovakia (1), Switzerland (2), and the United States (42). The books vary in size and shape and are almost exclusively handwritten. Although most are written in English, other languages include German (10), French (2), Danish (1), and Hebrew (1).

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Cookery


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Item 16: Unknown Author. N/A, 1900-1920Add to your cart.

Publisher: N/A

Publication Location: United States

Number of Pages with Recipes: N/A

Additional Information: Navy blue two-ring binder, slippings and handwritten recipes on loose leaf paper inserted in front, six detached pages of recipes also in front, most pages still attached.

Item 17: Unknown Author. My Own Recipes, 1920sAdd to your cart.

Publisher: N/A

Publication Location: United States

Number of Pages with Recipes: N/A

Additional Information: Black recipe folder, contains recipes printed by publisher and various handwritten, typed, and clipped recipes inserted by creator.

Item 18: Unknown Author. N/A, 1798-1802Add to your cart.

Publisher: N/A

Publication Location: Germany

Number of Pages with Recipes: N/A

Additional Information: Handwritten German recipes, two partial indices, one in middle, one in rear, two different hands, front cover detached.

Item 19: Williams, Mrs. N/A, 1792Add to your cart.

Publisher: N/A

Publication Location: England

Number of Pages with Recipes: 80

Additional Information: Handwritten recipes and home remedies in several hands. Index in rear, rear also contains figures. Newspaper clipping posted in front cover.

Item 20: Dolloff, Flossie. N/A, 1898Add to your cart.

Publisher: N/A

Publication Location: United States

Number of Pages with Recipes: N/A

Additional Information: School work for American History and German on p1-31, recipes start on p32.

Item 21: Unknown Author. N/AAdd to your cart.

Publisher: N/A

Publication Location: Germany/United States?

Number of Pages with Recipes: 43

Additional Information: Possibly written by German speaking immigrant to the U.S. Contains school exercises in English and French. 43 pages of recipes written in German.

Item 22: Unknown Author. N/A, 1883-1905Add to your cart.

Publisher: N/A

Publication Location: Palestine?

Number of Pages with Recipes: N/A

Additional Information: Creator appears to have been German/Jewish. Recipes written in German, in several hands. Seller information available.


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