Laundering At Home

Laundering At Home

20.00

The American Washing Machine Manufacturers' Association. Chicago: The American Washing Machine Manufacturers' Association, 1921. Laundry manual designed for the homemaker stressing health, safety, and sanitation. A series of Six Bulletins: 1. Removal of Stains (7 pages) 2. Supplies for the Home Laundry (7 pages) 3. Washing Cottons and Linens (7 pages) 4. Washing Machines (11 pages) 5. Ironing (4 pages) 6. The Equipped Home Laundry (7 pages). "When clothes are washed at home, they are cleaned under the personal supervision of the housewife. She can know that they are washed under sanitary conditions, that the laundry room itself is clean, that no diseased person is allowed to do the work, and that pure water is used." Poem by Julia Ward Howe on cover. Cover chipped and foxed at edges. Interior pages toned. Color illustrated wraps, folded with tack binding. Good. Cardboard covers. 

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