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Photo:  Women clustered around a table full of cookies.
Members of a church group, baking cookies for a servicemen's center. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.

Albany, GA. First Baptist Church. The Baptist cook book, compiled by a committee from the Building Fund Association of the First Baptist Church of Albany, Georgia. Colombus, GA, Gilbert Printing Co., 1907. 158 p.
   TX715.A312 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/baptistcookbook00alb

Albion, Mich. First Methodist Episcopal Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. A collection of tested recipes. Albion, MI, Albion Recorder Book and Job Print, 1890. 148 p.
   TX715.A335 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/collectionoftest00albi

Atlanta. Ponce de León Baptist Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. The Gate City cookbook. 3rd ed. Atlanta, 1915. 90 p.
   TX715 .A88 1915 <SciRR>
   Compiled by Committee Number One of the Ladies’ Aid Society of The Ponce De León Avenue Baptist Church.
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/gatecitycookbook00atla

Atlanta Woman’s Club. Atlanta Woman’s Club cookbook. Edited by Mrs. Newton C. Wing. Atlanta, Printed by Johnson Dallis Co., c1921. 250 p.
   TX715.A9 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/atlantawomanaclu00atla

Battle Creek, MI. First Congregational Church. The Battle Creek cook book: a collection of well tested recipes selected by the Women of the First Congregational Church, Battle Creek, Michigan. Battle Creek, MI, Ellis Publishing Company, 1922. 163 p.
   TX715.B345 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/battlecreekcookb00batt

Benson Woman’s Club, Benson NE. Benson Woman’s Club cook book, containing over four hundred of our own and our friends’ choice recipes, collected and compiled by Benson Woman’s Club. Omaha, Douglas Printing Co., c1915. 176 p.
   TX715.B48 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/bensonwomansclub00omah

Blue hen’s chickens’ cook book. 2nd ed. Milford, DE, Milford Chronicle Publishing Co., c1921. 112 p.
   TX715.B65 <SciRR>
   Milford New Century Club, Milford DE.
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/bluehenschickens00milf

Brockton Hospital Ladies’ Aid Association. The Brockton Hospital cook book. 2nd ed. Brockton, MA, The Brockton Hospital Ladies’ Aid Association, 1910. 239 p.
   TX715.B849 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/brocktonhospital00broc

Brown, W. W., Mrs., comp. The Illinois cook book, compiled by Mrs. Brown from recipes contributed by the Ladies of Paris, and published for the benefit of the Grace Episcopal Church. Claremont, NH, printed for the compiler by the Claremont Manufacturing Co., 1881. 164 p.
   TX715.B892 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/illinoiscookbook00brow

Buell, Marietta Nye, comp. Centennial cookery book, sold for the benefit of the Woman’s Centennial Association of Marietta, Ohio. Marietta, OH, Times Print, 1887. 145 p.
   TX715.B942 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/centennialcooker00buel

California recipe book, by ladies of California. San Francisco, Bruce’s Printing House, 1872. 45 p.
   TX715.C153 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/californiarecipe00sanf

Canajoharie, NY. St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. Ladies’ Society. Mohawk Valley cook book. Utica, NY, Press of I. C. Childs and Son, 1889. 89 p.
   TX715.C213 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/mohawkvalleycook00cana

Chester, IL. First Presbyterian Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. Presbyterian cook book. 4th ed. Chester, IL, Printed by Chester Herald, 1921.
   TX715.C525 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/presbyteriancook00ches

Chicago. Bethany Union Church. Woman’s Society. The Bethany Union cook book. Chicago, H. G. Adair Printing Co., c1912. 224 p.
   TX715.C530 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/bethanyunioncook00chic

Chicago. Church of the Epiphany. St. Agnes Guild. Par excellence: a manual of cookery, containing choice recipes, contributed and approved by the best housekeepers, skilled in cuisine, the whole carefully arranged and compiled for St. Agnes Guild of the Church of the Epiphany, by a committee. Chicago, Published under the auspices of the Guild, 1888. 162 p.
   TX715.C533 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/parexcellenceman00chic

Chicago. Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. Young Ladies Missionary Society. The housekeeper’s friend. Chicago, C. H. Morgan Co., 1891. 96 p.
   TX715.C536 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/housekeepersfrie00chic

Chicago. Second Universalist Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. Our daily bread, or common sense cook book, compiled by the Ladies Aid Society of the Second Universalist Church. Chicago, Jameson & Morse, Printers, 1883. 99 p.
   TX715 .C543 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/ourdailybread00chic

Chicago Woman’s Club. 175 choice recipes mainly furnished by members of the Chicago Woman’s Club. Chicago, C. H. Kerr & Co., 1887. 77 p.
   TX715.C545 <SciRR>
   Published for the benefit of the club kindergarten.
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/175choicerecipes00chic

Chippewa Falls, WI. Episcopal Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. The good cheer cook book. Cheppewa Falls, WI, Herald Print, 1889. 320 p.
   TX715.C548 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/goodcheercookboo00chip

Choice recipes, compiled by practical housekeepers of Sonoma County, California, 1900, prepared for and issued by the Pacific Department of the National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn., and Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of Springfield, Mass. San Francisco, The Whitaker & Ray Co., c1900. 57 p.
   TX715.C558 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/choicerecipes00sanf

Photo:  a few women metting, with one leading and the other writing.
Meeting of women's club. Granger Homesteads, Iowa. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
Christie, George Allan. Tried and true cook book. 2d ed. Andover, MA, The Andover Press, 1913. 94 p.
Published in connection with the Fair in Aid of the Building Fund of the Free Congregational Church, Andover, Massachusetts, 1903.
   TX715.C56 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/triedtruecookboo00chri

Coatesville, PA. Olivet Methodist Episcopal Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. The home advisor. Coatesville, PA, Ladies’ Aid Society of Olivet M. E. Church, 1911. 132 p.
   TX715.C65 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/homeadvisor00coat

Columbia cook book. 2d ed. Louisville, KY, Press of the Bradley & Gilbert Company, c1902. 155 p.
   TX715.C726 <SciRR>
   Compiled by the Ladies’ Aid Society of the First Baptist Church, Columbia, TN.
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/columbiacookbook00loui

Cooks in clover: reliable recipes compiled by the ladies of the North Reformed Church, Passaic, New Jersey. Passaic, NJ, The Church, Thurston & Barker, c1889. 114 p.
   TX715.P315 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/cooksincloverrel00ladi

Dayton, OH. Cowden Memorial United Brethren Church. Ladies' Aid Society. The Otterbein cook book . Dayton, OH, The Otterbein Press, c1916. 100 p.
   TX715.D27 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/otterbeincookboo00dayt

Dayton, OH. High Street United Brethren Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. Good things to eat: being a collection of recipes which have passed the crucial test of experience. Dayton, OH, The Otterbein Press, c1915. 79 p.
   TX715 .D275 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/goodthingstoeatb00dayt

DeKalb, IL. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Week End Club. Good luck cook book. 3rd ed. DeKalb, IL, The Chronical Press, 1912. 106 p.
   TX715.D32 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/goodluckcookbook00deka

Delicate dishes: a cook book, compiled by the Ladies of St. Paul’s Church. Chicago, IL, E. B. Smith & Co., 1896. 186 p.
   TX715 .C539
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/delicatedishesco00stpa

Denver, CO. Central Presbyterian Church. Young Ladies’ Mission Band. Colorado cook book, published by the Young Ladies’ Mission Band of the Central Presbyterian Church. Denver, CO, Collier & Cleveland, Printers, 1883. 40 p.    TX715.D45 <SciRR>
   “Every recipe in this book is attested to by the lady whose name follows it: if you fail to get good results it is your fault, and not the fault of the directions.”
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/coloradocookbook00denv

Des Moines, IA. Plymouth Church. "76" A cook book, edited by the Ladies of Plymouth Church, Des Moines, Iowa. Des Moines, Iowa, Mills & Co., 1876. 278 p.
   TX715 .D464 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/76cookbook00desm

Detroit. Brewster Congregational Church. Woman’s Association. Brewster book of recipes. 2nd ed. Detroit, MI, c1921. 193 p.
   TX715.D484 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/bookofrecipes00detr

Englewood, Chicago, IL. First Universalist Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. The universal cook book, published by the Ladies of the First Universalist Church of Englewood. Chicago, C. H. Morgan Co., Printers, 1891. 95 p.
   TX715.E575 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/universalcookboo00firs

Evanston, IL. First Methodist Church. Queen Esther Circle. Queen Esther cook book. Evanston, IL, The Index Publishing Co., 1911. 161 p.
   TX715.E885 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/queenesthercookb01firs

Fayette, MO. Ladies of the Baptist Church. The Missouri cook book: proved recipes, collected and arranged by the Ladies of the Baptist Church, Fayette, Missouri. St. Louis, Farris, Smith & Co., 1887. 163 p.
   TX715.F287 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/missouricookbook00faye

Fowler Improvement Association, Fowler, CA. The raisin center cook book. Fowler, CA, Fowler Ensign Press, 1903. 390 p.
   TX715.F79 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/raisincentercook00fowl

Fredonia, NY. Ladies of the Trinity Parish Guild. The Fredonia cook book. Fredonia, Fredonia Censor Print, 1899. 112 p.
   TX715.F852 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/fredoniacookbook00fred

Free Kindergarten Association of Columbus, GA. Souvenir cook book of the F. K. A. of Columbus, Georgia, containing favorite recipes contributed by various notable Columbus housewives. Columbus, GA, T. Gilbert, Printer, 1902. 80 p.
   TX715.F862 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/souvenircookbook00free

Friday Club, Yarmouth, MA. The Friday Club Menus: a Cape Cod cook book. Yarmouth, MA, The Friday Club, 1912. 95 p.
   TX715.F87 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/fridayclubmenusc00frid

Fulton, CA. Presbyterian Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. The reappear: a book of choice recipes. Santa Rosa, CA., Press of C. A. Wright & Co., 1908. 147 p.
   TX715 .F95 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/reappearbookofch00fult

Grand Rapids, MI. Congregational Church. Grand Rapids receipt book, compiled by the Ladies of the Congregational Church, for the Ladies Fair, held at Luce’s Hall May 15th, 16th, and 17th, 1871. New ed. Grand Rapids, MI, B. M. Hinsdill, 1873. 51 p.
   TX715.G751 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/grandrapidsrecei00gran

Hamilton cook book, compiled by the women of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. Hamilton, OH, Brown & Whitaker, c1914. 343 p.
   TX715 .H2181 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/hamiltoncookbook00hami

Handy, Amy L., comp. What we cook on Cape Cod. Barnstable, MA, Village Improvement Society, c1911. 82 p.    TX715.H2182 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/whatwecookoncape00hand

The Hatfield cook book: plain and fancy recipes, arranged by the “real folks” of the Congregational Church, Hatfield, Massachusetts. Holyoke, MA, Hubbard & Taber Printing Co., 1899. 157 p.
   TX715.H362 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/hatfieldcookbook00hatf

Photo:  Women cutting layer cakes.Cutting cakes, dinner of all day community sing. Pie Town, New Mexico. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
High-Street cook book, published by the Ladies of High-Street Church, Lowell, Massachusetts. Lowell, MA, C. I. Hood & Co., 1885. 31 p.
   TX715.H53 1885 <SciRR>
   Republished by permission and copyrighted, by C. I. Hood & Co., Proprietors of Hood’s Sarsaparilla, 1885.
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/highstreetcookbo00high

Hutchinson, KS. First Presbyterian Church. Ladies Society. Good things to eat. Hutchinson, KS, Sixth Division of the Ladies Society, First Presbyterian Church, 1913. 248 p.
   TX715.H94 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/goodthingstoeat00hutc

Hyannis Public Library Association. The Iyanough cook book, published by the Ladies of the Hyannis Public Library Association. 2nd ed. Hyannis, MA, F. B. and F. P. Gross, 1899. 96 p.
   TX715.H972 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/iyanoughcookbook00hyan

Indianapolis, IN. Pattison Methodist Episcopal Church. Indianapolis cook book, compiled by the Ladies of the Pattison Methodist Episcopal Church. Indianapolis, IN, Hasselman-Journal Co., Printers, 1883. 191 p.
   TX715.I39 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/indianapoliscook00indi

Ishpeming, MI. Grace Church. Superior cook book, compiled by the Women of Grace Church, Ishpeming, Michigan. Ishpeming, MI, Press of the Peninsular Record Publishing Co. Ltd., 1905. 184 p.
   TX715.I79 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/superiorcookbook00grac

Johnson, VT. Congregational Church. Ladies of the Congregational Church. The Lamoille Valley cook book. Johnson, VT, 1904. 149 p.
   TX715.J72 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/lamoillevalleyco00john

Kenton, OH. Ladies of St. Paul Episcopal Church. The Kenton Cook book. Kenton, OH, W. N. Beckman, c1888. 141 p.
   TX715.K37 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/kentoncookbook00kent

Ladies of the Eastern Hampden Medical Association. A practical cook book. Springfield, MA, Daily News Job Print, c1914. 55 p.
   TX715.L15 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/practicalcookboo00ladi

Lawrenceburg, KY. Baptist Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. The Lawrenceburg Baptist cook book. Louisville, KY, Pentecostal Publishing Company, c1913. 193 p.
   TX715 .L37 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/lawrenceburgbapt00lawr

Photo: women in a kitchen with covered dishes.
The ladies aid community kitchen at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
Leadville, CO. Congregational Church. Ladies of the Congregational Church. Cloud City cook-book. Compiled by Mrs. William H. Nash. Leadville, Co, Herald Democrat Steam Book and Job Printing House, 1889. 48 p.
   TX715.N258 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/cloudcitycookboo00nash

Los Angeles. Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church. Ladies’ Social Circle. How we cook in Los Angeles: a practical cook-book containing six hundred or more recipes, including a French, German and Spanish department with menus, suggestions for artistic table decorations, and souvenirs, by the Ladies’ Social Circle, Simpson. M. E. Church, Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles, Commercial Printing House, 1894. 382 p.
   TX715.L879 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/howwecookinlosan00losa

Lowell, MA. Fifth Street Baptist Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. Our cook book Lowell, MA, Press of Adams & Farley, 1888. 88 p.
   TX715.L911 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/ourcookbook00lowe

The Malone cook book, compiled from recipes contributed by Ladies of Malone and published by the Woman’s Aid Society of the First Congregational Church, Malone, New York. 4th ed. Rutland, VT, The Tuttle Company Printers,1903. 254 p
   TX715.M257 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/malonecookbook00rutl

Marion, OH. First Presbyterian Church. Ladies’ Aid Society. Recipes tried and true. Marion, OH. Press of Kelley Mount, 1894. 181 p.
   TX715.M341 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/recipestriedtrue00mari

Maquon Ladies Cemetery Association. Maquon cook book. 3rd ed. Maquon, IL, Maquon Tomahawk Print, c1912. 78 p.
   TX715.M3 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/maquoncookbook00maqu

Martin, Maria Ewing, Mrs., comp.. Recipes from the old country and the new, collected and published for the benefit of the New Straitsville social and athletic club by the secretary. Columbus, OH, The F. J. Heer Printing Co., 1910. 340 p.
   TX715.M366 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/recipesfromoldco00mart

Memphis, TN. Grace Church. The Guild of the Holy Name. The housekeeper’s friend: a collection of tested recipes for the preparation of daily and occasional dishes, recommended by experienced housekeepers. Compiled by the Guild of the Holy Name (Womans’ Guild) of Grace Church, Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis, TN, Degaris Printing, 1897. 145 p.
   TX715.M533 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/housekeepersfrie00memp

Mendelssohn Club, Rockford, IL. The Mendelssohn Club cook book: this book contains 1394 valuable receipts with instructions for cooking and serving them, also menus for social functions. Rockford, IL, The Horton Printing Co., 1909. 369 p.
   TX715.M54 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:;
   http://www.archive.org/details/mendelssohnclubc01mend

Milwaukee. Luther Chapel. Ladies’ Aid Society. The Shorewood cook book. Albany, c1922.
160 p.
   TX715.M66 1922 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/shorewoodcookboo00milw

Milwaukee. Luther Chapel. Ladies’ Aid Society. The East Milwaukee cook-book. Milwaukee, Printed by Germania Publishing Co., c1917. 126 p.
   TX715.M66 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/eastmilwaukeecoo00milw

Muskegon, MI. First Baptist Church. Ladies’ Society. The Muskegon cook book of tested receipts, (total abstinence). Muskegon, MI, Wanty & Manning, Printers and Binders, c1890. 128 p.
   TX715.M965 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/muskegoncookbook00musk

New Century Club, Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia New Century Club book of recipes, contributed by members of the club, compiled and edited by Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols. Philadelphia, The John C. Winston Company, 1915. 255 p.
   TX715.N514 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/philadelphianewc01newc

New Orleans. Parker Memorial M. E. Church, South. New Orleans cook book, by the Womans Parsonage and Home Mission Society of Parker Memorial M. E. Church South. New Orleans, 1898. 95 p.
   TX715.N525 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/neworleanscookbo01newo

North End Club, Chicago. The North End Club cook book: a collection of choice and tested recipes. Chicago, Stevens, Maloney & Co., 1905. 166 p.
   TX715.N87 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/northendclubcook01nort

Our cooks in council: a manual of practical and economical recipes for the household. Jefferson, OH, The Ladies of the Congregational Church, 1881. 161 p.
   TX715.O915 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/ourcooksincounci00jeff

Owensboro, KY. First Presbyterian Church. Ladies’ Society. Woman’s wisdom, a collection of choice recipes, published by the Ladies’ Society of the First Presbyterian church, Owensboro, Kentucky. Owensboro, KY., O. T. Kendall, 1890. 54 p.
   TX715.O957 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/womanswisdomcoll00firs

Paris, KY. Southern Presbyterian Church. Missionary Society. Housekeeping in the blue grass. Cincinnati, G. E. Stevens & Co., 1875. 188 p.
   TX715.P226 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/housekeepinginbl00pari

Philadelphia. Oak Lane Presbyterian Church. Ladies Auxiliary. The cook and the cupboard.
Philadelphia, c1896. 166 p.
   TX715.P549 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/cookcupboard00phil

Pittsburgh. Trinity M. E. Church. Pittsburgh tested recipes, compiled by the Ladies of Trinity M. E. Church. Pittsburgh, Press of Stevenson & Foster, 1885. 178 p.
   TX715.P692 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/pittsburghtested00pitt

Pompton Plains, NJ. First Dutch Reformed Church. First Dutch Reformed cook book, compiled by the Ladies of the Reformed Church of Pompton Plains, New Jersey. New York, Polhemus Printer, 1883. 100 p.
   TX715.P788 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/firstdutchreform00pomp

Portland, OR. First Presbyterian Church. San Grael Society. The web-foot cook book. Portland, OR, W. B. Ayer & Co., 1885. 218 p.
   TX715.P852 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/webfootcookbook00port

Photo:  ladies in a screened porch, peeling tomatoes.Parishioners peeling and slicing tomatoes for a benefit picnic supper. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
Princeton, IN. First Presbyterian Church. The Princeton cook book: a selection of tested recipes collected in the interest of the First Presbyterian Church of Princeton, Indiana. 2nd ed. Evansville, IN, Printed by Keller-Crescent Printing & Engraving Co., c1909. 205 p.
   TX715.P935 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/princetoncookboo00prin

Proteus Club, Des Moines, IA. Proteus Club cook book. Des Moines, The G. A. Miller Printing Company, c1900. 83 p.
   TX715.P945 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/proteusclubcookb00prot

Ramblers’ Club, Minneapolis. Club woman’s cook book. Rev. ed. Chicago, M. A. Donohue & Company, Printer, c1913. 208 p.
   TX715.R2 1913 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/clubwomanscookbo00ramb

Rochester, NY. First Baptist Church. Young Ladies’ Society. Mother Hubbard’s cupboard. 3rd ed. Rochester, NY, Scranton, Whitmore, 1880. 84 p.
   TX715.R667 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/motherhubbardscu00roch

Rochester, NY. Ladies of the Lake Avenue Memorial Baptist Church. Flower City cook book. Rochester, NY, Post-Express Printing Co., 1891. 100 p.
   TX715.R671 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
    http://www.archive.org/details/flowercitycookbo00roch

Rochester, NY. Trinity Parish. The St. Paul’s Branch of the M. C. L. Two hundred and five recipes tried and proven by Trinity’s Ladies. Rochester, NY, The St. Paul’s Branch of the M. C. L. of Trinity Parish, 1890. 94 p.
   TX715.R67 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/twohundredfivere00roch

The Royal cook book. Compiled by the Light Bearer’s Circle of the King’s Daughters. New York, Silver Cross Publishing, 1892. 45 p.
   TX715.R917 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/royalcookbooklig00np

Rolfe, Mrs. John Henry, comp. Our receipt book. New Brunswick, NJ, The Improvement Society of the Second Reformed Church, c1890. 60 p.
   TX715.R747 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/receiptbook00rolf

San Rafael cook book. Compiled by the ladies of San Rafael. San Rafael, CA., 1898. 136p.
   TX715.S196 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/sanrafaelcookboo00sanr

Saratoga, Springs, NY. First Baptist Church. Young Women’s Home Mission Circle. Our home favorite. Saratoga Springs, The Daily Saratogian Steam Job Print, 1882. 125 p.
   TX715 .S243 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/ourhomefavorite00sara

Savannah, GA. Independent Presbyterian Church. Flower Committee. Hints from Southern Epicures. Cincinnati, OH, The A. H. Pugh Printing Co., c1892. 42 p.
   TX715.S263 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/hintsfromsouther00sava

Seattle, WA. St. Mark’s Church. Women’s Guild. Clever cooking, published by the Women’s Guild of St. Mark’s Church, Seattle, Washington. Seattle, Metropolitan Printing & Binding Co., 1896. 319 p.
   TX715.S448 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/clevercooking00seat

Shillaber, Lydia. A new daily food: a collection of tried and reliable recipes, brought forth from the store house of things new and old, by the Ladies of St. Pauls’ Church, Morrisania, New York. Ed. and comp. by Lydia Shillaber. New York, Press of Bedell & Brother, 1885. 128 p.
   TX715.S556 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/newdailyfoodcoll00shil

St. Francis Street Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Mobile, AL. Gulf city cook book. Dayton, OH, United Brethren Publishing House, 1878. 252 p.
   TX715.M689 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/gulfcitycookbook00stfr

Sterling, Mary D. Eldridge, ed. The alumnae cookbook: well-tested recipes for table dainties contributed by graduates of the Girls’ High and Normal School, Philadelphia, and sold exclusively for the benefit of the teachers’ fund. Philadelphia, Burk & McFetridge, Printers and Publishers, 1891.
   TX715.S838 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/alumncookbookw00ster

Stiefel, Ida and Minnie Jacobs, eds. St. Pauls Bazaar kochbuch und geschæftsfuehrer. Chicago, Druck von Fred Kressmann & Bro., 1892. 138 p.
   TX715.S855 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/stpaulsbazaarkoc00stie

Still Pond, MD. Methodist Episcopal Church. Epworth League. The Eastern Shore cook book. Wilmington, DE, H. A. Roop, Printer, 1919. 98 p.
   TX715.S857 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/easternshorecook00stil

Tenafly, NJ. Tenafly Presbyterian Church. Ladies Aid Society. The Palisades cook book. Tenafly, NJ, Ladies’ Aid Society, c1910. 265 p.
   TX715 .T3 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/palisadescookboo00tena

Topeka, KS. Central Congregational Church. Central Congregational Church cook book: a collection of the very best receipts used by the Women of the Central Congregational Church, compiled by Division No. 2. Topeka, KS, Press of the Trapp Print-Shop, c1913. 126 p.
   TX715.T7 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/centralcongregat00cent

Towanda, PA. Christ Church. Young Ladies’ Society. Gems for the kitchen. Towanda, PA, Reporter-Journal Printing Company, 1886. 62 p.
   TX715.T737 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/gemsforkitchen00towa

Train, Carrie W. The Pentucket housewife: a manual for housekeepers, and collection of recipes, contributed by the Ladies of the First Baptist Church, Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haverhill, MA, Steam Press of Chase Brothers, 1888. 136 p.
   TX715.T768 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/pentuckethousewi00trai

Twentieth Century Club war time cook book. Pittsburgh, Pierpont, Siviter & Co., 1918. 167 p.
   TX715.T94 <SciRR.>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/twentiethcentury00twen

United Brethren Church, Honey Creek, IN. Ladies’ Aid Society. The Otterbein cook book. Middletown, IN., Press of the Middletown News, 1908. 160 p.
   TX715.H77 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/otterbeincookboo00unit

Warren, PA. Presbyterian Church. Second Auxiliary Missionary Society. The Warren cook book, compiled and arranged by the Second Auxiliary Missionary Society, formerly the Young Ladies’ Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church. 3rd ed. Warren, PA, The Warren Mirror Print, 1908. 267 p.
   TX715.W29 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/warrencookbookco00warr

Watkins, Spencer, Mrs. and Frances F. Field, comps. The up-to-date cook book of tested recipes. Washington, National Publishing Co, 1897. 150 p.
   TX715.W336 <SciRR>
   For the benefit of St. John’s Church, Montgomery Co., MD.
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/uptodatecookbook00watk

Wellesley, MA. Congregational Church. Parlor Fund Committee. The Wellesley cook book, prepared by the Ladies of the Congregational Society. Boston, C. J. Peters and Son, 1890. 184 p.
   TX715.W451 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/wellesleycookboo00well

West Newton, MA. Second Church. Women’s Guild. Recipes tested by the families of the parish and compiled by the Women’s Guild. West Newton, MA, Press of E. F. Dow, 1921. 108 p.
   TX715.W53 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/recipestestedbyf00west

Wilmington, DE. Holy Trinity Church. Ladies’ Parish Aid Society. Trinity parish cook book: choice and tested recipes contributed by the Ladies of Trinity Church. Wilmington, DE, The J. M. Rogers’ Press, 1892. 200 p.
   TX715 .W739 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/trinityparishcoo00wilm

The Woodbridge cook book. Woodbridge, NJ, Ladies’ Association of the First Congregational Church, 1903. 226 p.
   TX715.W883 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/woodbridgecookbo00firs

The York cook book: choice and tested recipes furnished by the Ladies of York, Nebraska, arranged by Ladies of the Presbyterian Church. York, NE, c1911. 111p.
   TX715.Y5 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/yorkcookbook00york

Youngstown, OH. First Presbyterian Church. The Youngstown cook book. Compiled by the Ladies of the First Presbyterian Church. Youngstown, OH, The Vindicator Printing Company, 1905. 210 p.
   TX715.Y8 <SciRR>
   Full text available through the Internet Archive at:
   http://www.archive.org/details/youngstowncookbo00youn

Alison P Kelly, February 2009

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