Machines in the Home

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Oxford University Press, USA, 1994 - House & Home - 64 pages
Discusses the development of domestic technology--heating and lighting, cooking, laundry, the modern bathroom, carpet sweeping, and assorted gadgetry.

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User Review  - JDHofmeyer - LibraryThing

Interesting. I especially like the diagrams and vintage advertisements illustrating the book. Read full review

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About the Editors:
Series Editor Rodney Dale is a professional writer and editor who has spent a lifetime writing books at all levels on engineering and technology topics. Henry Dale specialized in aircraft simulator maintenance and computers before turning to writing. His experience of parachuting and hang-gliding
has brought him closer to the pioneers of flight. Rebecca Weaver is a former teacher with a special interest in 18th and 19th century history.