Comprehensive list of reference works, indexes and abstracts, bibliographies, menu collections and internet resources.
This digital repository includes American cookbooks from the late 18th to the early 20th century. There are 76 cookbooks that have been completely digitized with metadata and are searchable. Includes a glossary of cooking terms and multidimensional images of antiquarian cooking utensils.
Includes tips on searching the local opac, DELCAT, for cookbooks as well as internet resources and a list of historic cookbooks.
A culinary treasure trove, this archive includes charitable cookbooks, children's cookery, the "great ladies" of 19th century American cookery, the history of food advertising, immigrant and ethnic voices, regional foodway, the cooking school movement and much more. For more information on local Michigan cookbooks, please visit Ann Arbor Cooks.
Digital companion project from the Smithsonian, focusing on American cuisine including traditional and international influences.
Collection includes cookbooks from around the world, in various languages. Over 16,000 volumes.
A collection of over 3,400 items that began with donations from Julia Child and Robert Mondavi, including the first American cookbook by Amelia Simmons, American Cookery (1814).
Overview of collection containing over 5,000 items including over 2,000 community cookbooks.
Cornell University Library’s collection of rare books and manuscripts exploring American food habits over the past two hundred years. Includes rare books, photographs, menus, and other early documents of culinary history.
An online exhibit of the The Esther B. Aresty Rare Book Collection, exemplifying the contribution of women from the kitchen. Brief essays and digital images included.
Extensive collection of New Jersey community cookbooks.
International collection of culinary history containing over 15,000 items from the 16th century including and impressive collection of community cookbooks.
A small digital library of 18 charity cookbooks, including choice recipes.
Collection of community cookbooks with a focus on Long Island, New York.
This collection includes books from Margaret Cook and her mother, Mrs. Thomas Scruggs, best known for their love of community cookbooks.
Collection development plan to include all cookbooks published in Virginia, as well as a digital library of 700 images pertaining to culinary history. Publisher of Culinary Thymes.