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" ... regarded as an acquisition, and not as a nuisance; though one doesn't see any reason, in the nature of things, why it should be regarded as one more than the other. It cannot be too often remembered that every additional object in a house requires... "
Craftsman Homes: Architecture and Furnishings of the American Arts and ... - Page 1
by Gustav Stickley - 1909 - 205 pages
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England's Ideal: And Other Papers on Social Subjects

Edward Carpenter - Great Britain - 1887 - 148 pages
...every additional object in a house requires additional dusting, cleaning, repairing, and lucky are you if its requirements stop there. When you abandon a...bottles require shelves; the couches and armchairs have castors and springs—which give way and want mending; they have damask seats which fade and must be...
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The Child Welfare Manual: A Handbook of Child Nature and Nuture for Parents ...

Child rearing - 1919
...every additional object in a house requires additional dusting, cleaning, repairing; and lucky are you if its requirements stop there. When you abandon a...the walnut-wood table requires polishing, and the polish-bottles require shelves. The couches and armchairs have casters and springs, which give way...
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Craftsman Homes

Gustav Stickley - Architecture - 2002 - 216 pages
...them, who were doing far more work than I was, or indeed the generality of the people among whom I had been living. This led me to see that the somewhat...and armchairs; the couches and armchairs demand a walnut- wood table ; the walnut- wood table requires polishing, and the polish bottles require shelves;...
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