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Such a Day of Bustle – Tuesday January 1902

To-day there is so much to do, so little time to write — churning; clothes to fold and put away; a few things to be ironed; articles to be mended, sorted out; baking bread; mincing suet; customers for milk and … Continue reading

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Girl and the Scrubbing Brush – April 1907

The Scotch lass never goes on her knees to the task of washing a flagged floor. (We are picturing a farm kitchen, dairy, boiler-house, etc., in my part of Scotland) She takes a sack, or half a sack, dips it … Continue reading

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