Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes a memobook and journal owned by Judith Fenner Barnard (1896-1984), a teacher in Roadsville, Virginia, and Prince George County, Virginia. The memobook, dated July 1964, contains recipes, addresses, hospital records, and a seating arrangement for a dinner party. The journal, 1914-1972 includes journal entries about the Barnard family's lives and handwritten recipes.
The collection consists of a recipe book titled
Book for Receipts written in England in 1731 by at least two authors--names unknown. Recipes focus largely on delicacies, not on staple meals, and home remedies.
This collection includes a recipe book containing hand-written recipes for soups, salads, puddings, cookies, cakes, icings, and biscuits. The date, location, and full author name remain unknown.
This collection includes a household ledger from the estate of Edith Luke(?). A note on the inside cover reads "Geo. Parker my father." The notebook contains multiple ledgers, handwritten and clipped recipes, household accounts, and prayers. The notebook contains a number of different handwritings, so it may have been used by a variety of family members.
This collection consist of a handwritten book from Hertford, England, containing recipes for home remedies, household items, rat poison, cakes, breads, meats, stews, beverages (ales), and more.
The collection consists of a recipe book handwritten in German.
This collection contains a manuscript cookbook that belonged to Julia Loomis. The cookbook contains a collection of recipies for cakes, baked goods, salads, and staples like yeast. This cookbook may have been created in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.