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Topic: household

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The Household, or who rules the roast!

The Household, or who rules the roast!

Print shows an interior view of a kitchen, the "Treasury" or the "Privy Purse" represented by a crown, in which a large bull on a spit labeled "Fourth Estate" is being roasted before a fire, dripping coins; on ... more

York County Agricultural Society for the promotion of agriculture, horticulture, and the mechanic, domestic, and household arts / J. Queen del. ; P.S. Duval & Co. Lith press Phil.

York County Agricultural Society for the promotion of agriculture, hor...

Print shows a certificate with vignettes on the sides, top, and bottom showing a pastoral scene at top with farm animals (horses, pigs, cows, and sheep) grazing in pastures, with a city in the background, on th... more

York County Agricultural Society, for the promotion of agriculture, horticulture, and the mechanic, domestic, and household arts / J. Queen delt. ; lith. of P.S. Duval & Co.

York County Agricultural Society, for the promotion of agriculture, ho...

Print shows a certificate with vignettes on the sides, top, and bottom showing a pastoral scene at top with farm animals (horses, pigs, cows, and sheep) grazing in pastures, with a city in the background, on th... more

The great congressional tramp bullying the old women of the national household / Gillam.

The great congressional tramp bullying the old women of the national h...

Print shows George M. Robeson shabbily dressed as a tramp, standing in a doorway; Joseph W. Keifer, as a small dog with a cap labeled "Speaker" tied to its tail, stands behind Robeson, and on the floor at his f... more

[The Georgia Negro] Assessed value of household and kitchen furniture owned by Georgia Negroes.

[The Georgia Negro] Assessed value of household and kitchen furniture ...

Circular bar graph shows value of furniture between 1875 and 1899.

The stork's visit - the pride of the household the first born
Children collecting bronze household goods for the gov't.

Children collecting bronze household goods for the gov't.

Photograph shows group of children carrying metal objects.

There are jobs for you, if trained Complete free course in household training : You learn meal planning , cooking, table service, laundry, cleaning and child care.

There are jobs for you, if trained Complete free course in household t...

Poster announcing opportunities and programs for persons with certain domestic skills and those wishing to acquire skills in homemaking.

Occupations related to household arts

Occupations related to household arts

Poster promoting occupations related to household arts, such as millinery, dress maker, factory worker, saleslady, child care, housewife, and hotel maid, showing women in the uniforms of the various occupations.

Occupations related to household arts

Occupations related to household arts

Poster promoting occupations related to household arts, such as cook, nursemaid, teacher, dietician, lunch room worker, waitress, and nurse, showing women in the uniforms of the various occupations.

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