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    • M. Lewis's Recipe Book

    • 1830
    • This book contains handwritten recipes as well as newspaper clippings. The recipes include dyes for wool, cake, wine, and cleaning solutions. There are also various recipes for tomato "catsup" and tomato sauce. Formerly used for accounts, the book...
    • Lewis, M.
    • Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book

    • 1855
    • Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book includes various recipes, organized by food types such as “Plain Cakes” and “Boiled Meat.” The book also includes information such as how to manage housekeepers and making crayons for blackboards.
    • Beecher, Catherine Esther
    • Polk Recipe Book, 1858

    • 1858
    • This handwritten book contains recipes as well as newspaper clippings of recipes and other topics including “How to Drive Away Rats” and “Cattle Steering.” The recipes include dyes for fabric, herbal treatments for ailments, as well as food...
    • Williams, Mary K.
    • Recipe Book from the Lillian E. Dodd Collection

    • 1859
    • This handwritten book includes recipes for various foods such as jelly, jams, and cakes. It also includes handwritten letters and poems to and from various people. The letters and poems are dated throughout the year of 1859 with the location of...
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    • Polk Recipe Book, 1866

    • 1866
    • Handwritten recipes in a copy book. The first recipe is for fruitcake and is dated 1866. The book includes recipes for foods such as coconut pudding and watermelon sweet pickles, as well as a recipe for Black Berry Wine.
    • Williams, Mary K.
    • Trademark Application: Southside Roller Mills

    • 1913
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by the Spach Brothers who owned Southside Roller Mills. The application is for the use of the word "Crown" as it appeared on their bags of flour.
    • Southside Roller Mills.
    • Trademark Application: J.A. Hopkins

    • 1916
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by J.A. Hopkins for his label which appeared on bags of water ground Eno Cornmeal.
    • Hopkins, J.A.
    • Trademark Application: Carolina Creamery Company

    • 1924
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by Carolina Creamery. Carolina Creamery was a locally owned dairy company that specialized in making ice cream, butter, and condensed milk.
    • Carolina Creamery Company.
    • Trademark Application: E.A. Land

    • 1924
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by E.A. Land. The trademark was for a "Russian Dressing for Meats and Salads."
    • E. A. Land.
    • Trademark Application: Staudt's Bakery

    • 1924
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by Staudt's Bakery. The bakery sold mostly breads and cakes. The bakery is now a vacant building on Hillsborough Street in Raleigh, NC.
    • Staudt's Bakery.
    • Trademark Application: Hadley Taylor Company

    • 1926
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by the Hadley Taylor Company. Hadley Taylor sold spices, food extracts, and food coloring such as "Whole Cinnamon," "Pure Vanilla Extract," and "Certified Color Red".
    • Hadley Taylor Company.
    • Trademark Application: Kinston Bottling Works

    • 1928
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by Willie F. Tyndall. Kinston Bottling Works was responsible for Tyndall's Hi-Roller carbonated beverages. The drinks are described as "non-alcoholic and maultless."
    • Kinston Bottling Works.
    • Trademark Application: J.G. Ball Company

    • 1928
    • Trademark application for the state of North Carolina filed by J.A. Rand on behalf of J.G. Ball Company. The company sold numerous canned food products as well as dried foods and condiments.
    • J.G. Ball Company.
    • Fruitcake Recipe

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    • This undated fruitcake recipe is handwritten. The item is from the Lillian Dodd Collection (PC.150); Lillian Dodd was a teacher and native of Raleigh.
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