National Library of Australia
DePaul University - John T. Richardson Library
This collection contains chiefly photographs and publications demonstrating Chef Louis Szathmáry's fame as a restaurateur and a bibliophile
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Chuck and Jean Jorgenson describe their experiences growing up in Helena; his father's early catering and restaurant work; family ownership of Jorgenson's Restaurant in Helena from 1950s to date; World War II service; and political and social events they catered over the years in Helena
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
Collection includes lunch, dinner, and sandwich menus; business licenses (1993-1994); 1994 certificate from the Board of Health and Mental Hygiene; program from the annual banquet of the Delmarva Business League which honored Evelyn Allen in 1993; and news clippings about the restaurant's closing
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Templin reminisces about his childhood in northern Idaho and then discusses tourism in the area. The time period covered is the 1920s through 1989. Topics include his life as a hotel and restaurant owner and about the many people, including celebrities, he has met while being involved the tourist industry
State Library of Victoria
The collection mainly relates to Stephanie Alexander's restaurant, Stephanie's, and her books. Includes correspondence, manuscripts, notebooks, faxes, clippings, magazines, video tapes, photographs, plaques, banners, menus, awards, and signs. The notebooks document influences on Australian cuisine. Also includes two photo collages: Class of 86, presented to Stephanie & Maurice Alexander by their staff on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of Stephanie's Restaurant, and the restaurant's kitchen and an original painting by Rosanna Vecchio of cover art for the book 'Recipes my mother gave me', Stephanie Alexander presents 'Through my kitchen door, the first published cookbook of her mother, Mary Burchett' (the collages and painting are housed in MC 7 DR 2)
Gloucester Archives
Bonds of Town Treasurer and/or Collector (1774-1873); notes, receipts, interest, Town Treasurer reports, petitions, and orders to pay (1873); orders to pay (1808-1810); bonds of City Treasurer and Collector of Taxes that include names and bond amounts (1874-1882); assignment of wages and releases, including several assignments of city employees' wages including group assignments by members of fire companies for dues and supplies (1916-1923); revenue bonds, authorizations, and sales including city financial statements and loans for highways, schools, water, and seawall (1920-1923); cemeteries including receipts for sale of lots and perpetual care in Beech Brook and Seaside cemeteries, together with notices of Gloucester Autobus Co. accidents; receipts for fees listing innholders, vendors, and victuallers (1921-1923); miscellaneous city treasurer papers, receipts, returns, and accounts relating to district court and House of Correction fines, city land sales, New England Telephone & ... Read More
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Memoir -- Written in 1823, covering her life since her birth in 1751, Mary's memoir dwells only on certain events in her life, it gives interesting impressions of Charleston and St. Augustine, as well as of her earlier life in Southampton and Portsmouth (where she saw King George III review the fleet and provided lodgings for the Commissioner of Docks and his family). Mary was semi-literate and spelled words the way she pronounced them, making her memoir a useful document on dialect. This is the only known memoir written by a woman who lived in Florida during the British Period, and, besides being of historical interest, is significant as an example of how an 18th century woman portrayed her life
Georgia Southern University - Zach S. Henderson Library
The collection consists of a menu of Mrs. Bryant's Kitchen of Statesboro, circa 1950, menus (mostly of Atlanta restaurants) used as a comparison, a notebook presented to Charles and Marguerite Bryant on their 55th wedding anniversary, in which numbers of people relate pleasant experiences at Mrs. Bryant's Kitchen (which operated 1950 to mid-1970's), and transcript of a 1995 interview with daughter Lavinia Bryant Strickland
New York Public Library
Portraits of businessman Thomas Downing and his son, George Thomas, also a businessman as well as a civil rights leader. Collection composed of quarter length views of both men