Alison Barnett, Business Services Coordinator for the North Carolina Collection, holds the cookbook, "The Young Housewife's Counsellor and Friend," dating back to 1875 which inspired her to curate an exhibit of 900 cookbooks at UNC'S Wilson Library. The cookbook is the oldest included in the exhibit, " From Brunswick Stew to Barbecue: The Cookbook as Cultural History" which is on view from opens June 18 and will be on view through October 4.
Alison Barnett, Business Services Coordinator for the North Carolina Collection, holds the cookbook, "The Young Housewife's Counsellor and Friend," dating back to 1875 which inspired her to curate an exhibit of 900 cookbooks at UNC'S Wilson Library. The cookbook is the oldest included in the exhibit, " From Brunswick Stew to Barbecue: The Cookbook as Cultural History" which is on view from opens June 18 and will be on view through October 4. JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com
Alison Barnett, Business Services Coordinator for the North Carolina Collection, holds the cookbook, "The Young Housewife's Counsellor and Friend," dating back to 1875 which inspired her to curate an exhibit of 900 cookbooks at UNC'S Wilson Library. The cookbook is the oldest included in the exhibit, " From Brunswick Stew to Barbecue: The Cookbook as Cultural History" which is on view from opens June 18 and will be on view through October 4. JULI LEONARD jleonard@newsobserver.com

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UNC exhibit shows how cookbooks reflect cultural changes over time

June 16, 2015 5:00 AM

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