|Other titles||Labour saving in the home.|
|Series||Macmillan"s sixpenny library -- v.2|
Beds: Labour-Saving, Space-Saving, More Productive Gardening (Organic Handbook) [Pauline Pears] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Pears, Pauline. Labour-saving devices in the household Labour-saving devices in the household by Ravenhill, Alice Published by W.H. Cullin in Victoria, : Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. 34 HOME LABOR SAVING DEVICES A HOME-MADE COOK STOVE DRIER This apparatus is designed to use on a wood or coal stove, an oil stove, or a gas range. It can be easily and inexpensively made at home. MATERIALS: 12,' of poplar for the frame.
During the s and s as part of the labour saving movement, there seems to have been a plentiful supply of manuals written by pseudo scientific experts on the subject of being a good home. Labour Saving Hints and Ideas for the Home by Pedro, Carolino and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Buy Labour Saving Hints and Ideas for the Home Facsimile of ed by Pedro, Carolino (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Time is important to the housewife and labour-saving equipment can mean much less and much easier cleaning. Here are some suggestions for really useful equipment for the home: Vacuum and carpet cleaners. There are three basic types of vacuum cleaner.
The Labour-Saving House as it might be: iv. The Labour-Saving House as it can be: v. The Work of a Labour-Making House, and the Work of a Labour-Saving House: vi. Other People's Experiences of Labour-Saving Homes: vii. Other People's Experiences of Labour-Saving Homes (continued) viii. Coal, Coke, and Gas: how to use them to the best advantage: ix. In the new commercial culture of efficiency and labour-saving in suburban England that the Ideal Home Exhibition had helped to create was sufficiently established for the show to poke fun at it. The show’s centerpiece was a Tudorbethan house named ‘The Gadgets’ designed by the cartoonist Heath Robinson. Labor-Saving Devices For The Home. The Demand The need for labor-saving devices to help in housekeeping is more evident in the small house than in the larger house, although the cost of such machinery often prevents its installation in the former, whereas in the latter it is more to be found, since the person who builds a large house is apt to. Book from Project Gutenberg: The Labour-saving House.