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0125039
WESTINGHOUSE AD, 1924.
American advertisement for Westinghouse electric appliances, 1924.
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0409870
AD: AMERICAN-STANDARD.
American advertisement for American-Standard Heating and Plumbing, 1947.
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0433416
AD: RIVAL, 1968.
American advertisement for Rival ice crusher and can opener. Photograph, 1968.
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0409905
AD: TOASTER, 1947.
American advertisement for the Proctor Toaster, manufactured by the Proctor Electrical Company, 1947.
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0116100
GERMAN HOUSEWIFE, c1958.
A German housewife using a blender in the kitchen. Photograph, c1958. Full credit: Archiv Gerstenberg - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserv
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0217199
LABOR.
Marzipan production in Germany: employee putting the marzipan into the oven, undated, around 1905, published in Praktische Berlinerin 36/1905.
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0409674
AD: BOSS OVEN, 1911.
American advertisement for Boss Oven with glass door, 1911.
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0133406
SUNBEAM ADVERTISEMENT, 1949.
American advertisement for Sunbeam Appliances, featuring the Mixmaster, 1949.
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0125038
WESTINGHOUSE AD, 1925.
American advertisement for Westinghouse electric appliances, 1925.
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0118015
TEDDY BEAR FACTORY, c1915.
Women at work making teddy bears in an American factory. Photograph, c1915.
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0354845
VEGETABLE PEELER, 1956.
An electrical apparatus for peeling vegetables at the Ideal Home Exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris, 23 February 1956. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0145293
INVENTION DU REVEIL A PILULE CONTRACEPTIVE IN 1973.
The inattentive women will not forget to any more them contraceptive pill with this invention, an alarm clock settles by 24 hours. The green button is put at the red and the lid of small limps opens, when the hour of the catch arrives, July 25, 1973 Neg: A78310 PL. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives /
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0172488
COMIC STRIP, 1948.
First page of the comic strip, 'Old Mother Hubbard,' from the October 1948 issue of Giggle Comics.
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0049160
ELIAS HOWE (1819-1867).
American inventor. Howe competing and winning against five seamstresses at Boston, Massachusetts, in 1845. Wood engraving, c1867.
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0090829
FIRE-ALARM BELL.
Fire-alarm bell produced by the Clinton H. Meneely Bell Company at Troy, New York. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0015762
THANKSGIVING, 1855.
'Preparing for Thanksgiving.' Wood engraving, American, 1855.
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0042017
STOVE, 1875.
American patent stove with hot water reservoir and warming oven, 1875.
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0128631
NEW YORK: MILITIA, 1776.
Broadside, 13 June 1776, from the Provincial Congress in New York, ordering the militia to prepare for an English invasion of the colony.
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0035201
CELTIC ARTIFACTS, c1 A.D.
Iron Age utensils, vessel, jewelry from Sweden.
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0528040
WWI: RED CROSS, 1918.
Women and girls at an American Red Cross workroom in Jerusalem, sewing clothing for orphanages and hospitals in Palestine. Photograph, 1918.
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0268049
WOMEN'S RIGHTS, 1890.
'For the benefit of the girl who is about to graduate.' A female student, fallen asleep during her studies, dreams of an approaching army of pots, pans, brooms, washtubs, and other domestic items. American cartoon, 1890, by Charles Howard Johnson.
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0090834
BELL-RINGING, 1889.
The Voice of the Tocsin. Engraving, 1889, after Maignan.
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0115805
SOUTH AFRICA: APARTHEID.
A sign threatening blacks with violence posted in a white neighborhood in South Africa, following the government's implementation of apartheid policies in 1948.
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0124296
INVENTION: BAKELIZER.
Pressure oven invented by Leo Baekeland to produce Bakelite, early 20th century.
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0425968
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Directoire style coffee pot, painted tin, France, 19th century Full credit: De Agostini / G. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0288846
ASIAN ART.
Oven with a Hein pot to cook steamed rice, bronze model, China. Chinese Civilisation, Han Dynasty, 1st century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0097674
SEWING MACHINE.
19th century wood engraving.
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0003605
NEW YORK SWEATSHOP, 1912.
Interior of a garment sweatshop in New York City, 1912.
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0118297
SAN ANTONIO: MARKET, 1890S.
Market day in San Antonio, Texas, 1890s.
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0018159
EMIGRANTS TO THE WEST.
An emigrant family encamped for the night on the great American prairie. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0257344
WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES.
A butcher stands in a cooler with tons of frozen halibut in stacks. Curtis And Miller.
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0250852
ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT.
Bakers converse among piles of puffed and browned bread. Keystone View Company.
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0325661
WORLD WAR I: KITCHEN.
American troop kitchen at Brest, France, during World War I. Stereograph, c1917.
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0075169
ABIE'S IRISH ROSE, 1928.
Jean Hersholt in a scene from the film.
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0081482
NAIL MAKER, 1568.
The nail maker produces all sizes of nails and tacks for builders, coopers, shoemakers and other artisans. Poem by Hans Sachs, woodcut by Jost Amman, 1568.
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0038445
SKULL AND CROSSBONES.
International symbol for poison. Line engraving, c1800.
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0172158
KICHEN STOVE, 1935.
View of a kitchen stove with old-fashioned flat irons in a dilapidated New York City room.
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0172208
MAN IN A ONE-ROOM FLAT.
Man in a one-room flat, leaning against a table; items in room include chairs, stove, cupboard, table. New York City, 1935.
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0071102
PAUL REVERE'S RIDE.
Revere's ride from Boston to Lexington, Massachusetts, 18 April 1775. Lithograph, late 19th century.
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0000228
EVANS VACUUM CAP, 1890.
Advertisement for Evans Vacuum Cap Corporation from an American magazine, 1890.
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