Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
These records document the activities, events, and management of Fernside, a vacation house in Princeton, Massachusetts, which provided affordable summer holidays for working women from Boston between 1890 and 1989. Included are correspondence, brochures, games and other entertainments, financial records, photographs, and clippings.
Records of the Fishermen's Wives of Gloucester (Association), activists for the New England fishing industry, fishermen, and their families.
Speeches, articles, market research, recipes, writings, proofs, and published advertisements created by Jean Wade Rindlaub, pioneering woman copywriter and advertising executive who specialized in selling products to women consumers.
Handwritten recipe book of Josephine Rose Lee Saltonstall, with some items added by her daughter and others.
Manuscript cookbook and collected recipes of Olga Gruenberger Schiffer, co-founder of the Window Shop and manager of the Window Shop restaurant.
Food and medicinal recipes from the Clarkson-Masters-King family collected by Marion King Schlefer.
Memoirs, recipes, correspondence, and naturalization papers of Pin Pin T'an, a Chinese woman who came to the United States in the 1930s.
Artwork (including drawings, paper dolls, watercolors, and silhouettes), diaries, scrapbook, correspondence, genealogical material (including family trees and photographs of ancestors), photographs, and electronic records of interior decorator Elizabeth Woodward Tyler.
Handwritten cookbook containing recipes and notes by Mary Ishimoto Watanabe. Cookbook includes mostly recipes for American food and some for Japanese food; recipes clipped from newspapers and magazines; and recipes provided by food manufacturers.
Cookbook created by Albertena Christie Westervelt.
Notebooks from housekeeping courses taken by Gertrude Buckingham Whittemore.