C.I. Hood & Company
A cookbook pamphlet from C.I. Hood & Company consisting mainly of recipes for pies and pastry crusts. In between recipes are ads for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
White House Cook Book: A Selection of Choice Recipes Original and Selected, During a Period of Forty Years' Practical Housekeeping
Fanny L. Gillette
A cookbook dedicated to the U.S. First Ladies with portraits of Carrie Scott Harrison and Frances Folsom Cleveland at the beginning of the cookbook. The cookbook is split into 42 sections with an index at the end. The sections range from "Toast" to "Facts Worth Knowing," "Toilet Recipes," and "Carving".
The second edition of a cookbook split into 30 sections ranging from "Meats" to "Simple Remedies".
Mary J. Lincoln
A cookbook of recipes and lessons learned from Mary J. Lincoln's experience teaching at the Boston Cooking School divided into 46 sections. The recipes are at the front of the cookbook followed by sections about cookery school.
"Mary Mann believed that good digestion was synonymous with virtue, and dyspepsia was equated with sin. So the advice and recipes in her cookbook promote good eating habits… discouraging the consumption of processed and fatty foods labelling them 'death in the pot.' Her cookbook contains several hundred recipes for a wide variety of dishes from soup to nuts (including meat - she was not a vegetarian) that reflect this philosophy.
A cookbook by Maria Parloa with contributions by E.C. Daniell. A section at the beginning labelled "Marketing" focuses on identifying and selecting cuts of meat and vegetables at the market.
Maria Antonieta Reyes Gavilan y Moenck
A cookbook in Spanish including such recipes as "Pollo Exquisito" and "Cake Lolita".
A booklet of weekly recipes and information about Shakers in Shaker Village in New Hampshire (now known as Canterbury Shaker Village). Included are ads for Corbett's Shaers' Sarsaparilla.
Woman's Club of Jacksonville Florida
A cookbook edited by the Woman's Club of Jacksonville, Florida. Sections include everything from soups to "chafing dish recipes" to "Diet for the Sick".