Note down the library name and call number -- you need this information to locate the book.
If you can't find the books you need at the UW or through our Summit partner libraries (Summit material can be found in UW Libraries Search), use the following catalogs. Books not available at the UW can be requested through Interlibrary Loan.
There are a number of subject headings used to find books in the UW Libraries about food history. In addition to broad terms such as food there are also narrower terms focused on a specific type of food (sugar, tea, chocolate, etc.). These are a selection of subject headings that may be useful when searching for books on food-related history. Use the terms in conjunction with the word history when searching for books. Many terms can also be used with place names. For example:
dinners and dining
The UW Libraries arranges books by Library of Congress call numbers. LGBTQ history and studies are primarily located under the following call number range.
|S||Agriculture||Allen S. 1|
|TX 642-840||Cooking||Allen S. 1|
|TX 901-953||Restaurants||Allen S. 1|
For a more specific breakdown of the call numbers see the Library of Congress Classification Online.