CONNECTICUT. Receipt book. Arranged by the Ladies' Aid Society of the First Baptist Church of Middletown, Connecticut. 1905.
MELBOURNE. Cookery book. Compiled by Mrs. Vivian Voss in aid of the funds of the Women's Hospital, Rockhampton. 1906.
MASSACHUSETTS. Household receipts that have been tried and found good. Compiled by the ladies of the Board of Managers of the Baptist Home, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1906.
PENNSYLVANIA. Colonial receipt book: Celebrated old receipts used a century ago by Mrs. Goodfellow's cooking school; also famous old Creole and Moravian receipts; together with some of the best formulas of our well known modern chefs. Compiled and edited by Mrs. Frederick Sidney Giger for the benefit of the Endowment Fund of the Student's Ward Hospital of the University of PA. 1907.
WASHINGTON. One thousand favorite recipes. Under the auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary in Temple de Kirsch. Compiled by Mrs. Sigmund Aronson and Mrs. William Gottstein. 1908.
NEW YORK. A book for a cook: Economical and tried recipes. Published by the Jewish Women's Relief Association of Brooklyn, N.Y. 1909.
MAINE. Household recipes tested and proved. By the Woman's Club, Newcastle and Damariscotta, Maine. [1910's].
MISSOURI. The Webster cook book: Choice recipes contributed by the ladies of Webster Groves. Published by the Woman's Association of the First Congregational Church of Webster Groves, Mo. 1911.
WISCONSIN. A cook book of 450 original receipts: Tested and recommended by 150 Lake Geneva housewives. Published by the ladies of the Congregational Church of Lake Geneva. 1911.