Latin American Cookbooks

by | Dec 14, 2001

The Culinary Collection of Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies’ Arthur & Elisabeth Schlesinger Library would welcome donations of cookbooks in English, Spanish, or Portuguese, to expand its Latin American collection.

The books don’t have to be “collector’s items” to be useful; quite ordinary cookbooks provide a mirror on daily life.

If you would like to donate cookbooks, please contact Barbara Haber at 617-496-8651.

Spring/Summer 2001

 

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