PENNSYLVANIA. The national cookery book, compiled from original receipt for the Women's Centennial Committees of the International Exhibition of 1876. Women's Centennial Executive Committee. 1876.
ILLINOIS. Tried, tested, proved: The home cook book. Compiled from recipes contributed by ladies of Chicago and other cities and towns. Originally published for the benefit of the Home for the Friendless, Chicago. 1882.
VERMONT. A collection of tried recipes. Contributed by various St. Johnsbury house-keepers and published in behalf of the Ladies' Benevolent Society of the North Congregational Church, St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Edited by Mrs. Walter P. Smith and Mrs. Robert McKinnon. 1883.
MASSACHUSETTS. Culinary Gems: A collection of choice recipes gathered with care from the treasures of culinary experts. Miss Emily E. Squire, ed. 1884.
MISSOURI. The pilgrim housekeeper: A collection of tried recipes contributed by the Ladies of Pilgrim Church, St. Louis, and published for the benefit of the Ladies' Home Missionary Society. Edited by Mrs. D. D. Fisher, Mrs. H. Brinsmade and Mrs. C. W. S. Cobb. 1886.
ARIZONA. House-keeping in the Salt River Valley. Compiled by the Ladies of the Christian Church, Phoenix, Arizona. 1889.
WEST VIRGINIA. Cook book sold in aid of the "Home for the Destitute." Recipes contributed by the ladies of Charleston, West Va. 1892.
NEW YORK. "The Saratoga Favorite." Published by the Young Women's Mission Circle of the First Baptist Church, Saratoga Springs, New York. 1892.
OHIO. Culinary conceits for good housekeepers. Published by the ladies of the Collingwood Avenue Presbyterian Church. 1894.
NEW YORK. The oracle: Receipts, rare, rich and reliable. Compiled by the Woman's Parish Aid Society of Christ Church, Tarrytown, New York. 1894.
NEW YORK. Snap shots at cookery. [Church of the Ascension]. Buffalo, New York. 1899.
MICHIGAN. The Homer cook book: A collection of tested recipes. Compiled and arranged for the benefit of the Ladies Entertainment Committee of the Presbyterian Church. 1900.