Ross, Alice, 1930-
Dr. Alice Ross was a culinary historial and consultant. She received her doctorate from the State University at Stony Brook (her disseration was title "Women, Work and Cookery, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, 1880-1920"). During her career, she served as a consultant in historical food for Virginia’s Colonial Williamsburg and The Lowell National Historical Park in Massachusetts. She also co-founded the Culinary Historians of NY, taught at CCNY, Hosfra, and NYU, and beginning in 1988, ran a studio that offered classes in culinary history & traditional methods, Native American & Civil War cookery, game butchery & prep, and baking using hearth & brick ovens. She also worked as an editor and contributor to portions of The Oxford Companion series volumes relating to food and authored and contributed to other books and articles.
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The Alice Ross Ephemera Collection includes more than 2,000 pieces of ephemera related to food & culinary history, advertising/marketing, food production, agriculture, holidays and celebrations, and domestic culture, dating from the mid-19th to the mid/late 20th century.