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Additional papers of Julia Child, 1890-2004 (inclusive), 1950-2001 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 660
Overview: Correspondence, appointment books, address books, writings, photographs, etc., of Julia Child, cookbook author, teacher, and television personality.

Additional papers of the Alger family, ca.1850-1980 (inclusive), 1918-1980 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: 1632--80-M189
Overview: Addenda to the papers (A-103) of the Alger family from New England, including correspondence, photographs, and account books.

Additional records of the Junior League of Boston, ca.1907-2010

Collection Identifier: MC 787; T-499; Vt-269; DVD-116
Overview: Articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes, membership records, photographs, audiovisual material, etc. of the Junior League of Boston, an educational and charitable organization.

Advertising and trade card collection of the Schlesinger Library, 1872-1974

Collection Identifier: B/A2445
Overview: Advertisements and trade cards depicting women or targeting female consumers.

Cookbook of Anonymous, 1780

Collection Identifier: A/A615i
Overview: Handwritten cookbook kept by anonymous resident of Boston, Massachusetts.

Papers of Mary Ann Louisa Smith Appleton, 1833-1843

Collection Identifier: A/A6515
Overview: Recipe and commonplace books of Mary Ann Louisa Smith Appleton.

Commonplace book of S.A. Browne, 1871?

Collection Identifier: A/B884
Overview: Commonplace book, possibly created by S.A. Browne.

Cookbook of Miss Campbell, undated

Collection Identifier: MC 1007
Overview: Cookbook perhaps compiled by Miss Campbell containing recipes mostly clipped from newspapers.

Cookbook of Maria Elisabeth Valborg Jørgensen Christiansen, 1925

Collection Identifier: A/C555
Overview: Handwritten cookbook in Danish created by Maria Elisabeth Valborg Jørgensen Christiansen as part of a cooking course in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Papers of Grace Zia Chu, 1941-1986

Collection Identifier: MC 641; MP-42; Vt-91
Overview: Chinese American culinary instructor and author, Grace Zia Chu introduced the art of Chinese cooking to an American audience.