Title:Judith Chamberlain and Rowena Meeks Abdy collection, approximately 1905-1930
Creator/Contributor:Abdy, Rowena Meeks, 1887-, creator.
Creator/Contributor:Chamberlain, Judith, 1893-1965, creator.
Creator/Contributor:Rosenfeld, Jessie, author.
Contains a two-volume bound typescript cookbook titled, Kitchen Friend, by J. [Jessie] Rosenfeld and a one-volume bound typescript
cookbook titled, San Francisco Cook Book, also by Rosenfeld. Includes one folder of ephemera and correspondence.
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Abdy, Rowena Meeks -- 1887- -- Archives
Chamberlain, Judith -- 1893-1965 -- Archives
Women artists -- California -- San Francisco
Jewish women artists -- California -- San Francisco
Women authors, American
Jewish women authors -- United States
Cooking -- California -- San Francisco
Cooking -- United States
Judith Chamberlain and Rowena Meeks Abdy collection, BANC MSS 2018/198, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase from Between The Covers Rare Books; 2018.
Pictorial materials transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.
Print materials transferred to the Print Collections of The Bancroft Library.
Judith Chamberlain (February 28, 1893, died September 18, 1965) was born Judith Rosenfeld in Portland, Oregon. She assumed
the surname of her presumed biological father, Frederick O. Chamberlain, a prominent medical doctor and broker in San Francisco,
California. Judith's lifelong bond to fellow artist Rowena Meeks Abdy was established through Frederick Chamberlain. He first
married Rowena Abdy's widowed mother, Anna Fischer, who died in 1898 and then Judith's widowed mother, Helene Levy, in 1903.
Rowena Fischer Meeks Abdy (born April 24, 1887 in Vienna, Austria ; died August 18, 1945 in San Francisco, California) was
an American modernist painter. She primarily painted landscapes and worked in Northern California
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