Household Books Published in Britain: V3 - 1800-1874 (LH)
Lynette HunterAccompanying essays:
- (1997) Tea Drinking in England: Ceremony, Scandal and Domestic Bliss, New Comparison, 24, (Autumn, 1997), pp. 108-157.
- (1994) Proliferating Publications: the Progress of Victorian Cookery Literature, fore. T. Jaine, ed. C. A. Wilson, Luncheon, Nuncheon and Other Meals, pp. 51-70 (Stroud: Alan Sutton, 1994).
- (1991a) Nineteenth Century Books on Preserving, ed. C. A. Wilson, Waste Not, Want Not: Food Preservation, pp. 134-158 (Edinburgh University Press, 1991).
- (1991b) Printing in the Pennines, ed. C. A. Wilson, Provincial Foodpaths, pp. 1-37 (Edinburgh University Press, 1991).
- (1989) Cookery Books and Provincial Printing in Northern England, ed. G. Averley, Nineteenth-Century Short Title Catalogue Newsletter, pp. 3-11, 6 (July 1989).
Please see Biography for Lynette Hunter in Part One (1475-1700) of this database.
Adrian Emberley (M. Information Studies) has an established dual career as an artist and an archivist. He has worked at the Fine Arts Library, University of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), and the Toronto Botanical Garden Library. He brings a unique blend of plant knowledge, bibliographic skill and book art perspective to the project, and provided invaluable assistance to Lynette Hunter in the final stages of preparing Parts One (1475-1700) and Three (1800-1874, cookery).