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[Engraved frontispiece showing pressure cookers opposite the title page to a book suggesting the use of steam as a force to drive an engine]

[Engraved frontispiece showing pressure cookers opposite the title pag...

Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: A new digester or engine for softning bones, .... / by Denis Papin M.D. London : Printed by J. M. for H. Bonwicke, 1681. Published in: The tradition of technology : La... More

New Hadassah University Medical Centre, Jerusalem (Scopus). Group investigating the electric cookers
Home management and economics class canning peas with pressure cookers under supervision of Miss Evelyn M. Driver (in white uniform). Others are Ada Turner, Hattie Bowman, Louise Thomas and Mrs. Missouri Thomas, whose kitchen they are using. Flint River Farms, Georgia
Home management and economics class canning peas with pressure cookers under supervision of Miss Evelyn M. Driver (in white uniform). Others are Ada Turner, Hattie Bowman, Louise Thomas and Mrs. Missouri Thomas, whose kitchen they are using. Flint River Farms, Georgia
Members of eighth and eighth grades in home economics room, showing jars or vegetables and fruits they have canned with pressure cookers. Flint River Farms, Georgia
Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Moisture and foreign matter from reclaimed household greases are drained from cookers into open vats at a rendering plant. The liquid next drains into a settling tank where additional tallow is recovered. The residue becomes cracklings, consisting of meat, bones and some fats, and will be used as animal food
Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Cans filled with reclaimed household grease are dumped into pressure cookers at a rendering plant. Often they are prepared the way the householder does. The cooker melts the greases, and the empty cans are removed for detinning. Other types of cookers remove grease from cans by steam plates and hot coils, eliminating the necessity for putting the cans into the cooker