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Here is an book about household hints published by The Chicago Daily News in 1933. This gives fascinating insights into the everyday life of the housewife of that time!

Chapters include hints for the kitchen, laundry, wardrobe, sewing room, and general household. Includes hints for your icebox, how to light a gas stove, using cake tins for flower boxes, bleaching clothes with eggshells, how to wash kid gloves, drying madeira doilies, an ant exterminator, using milk as paste, how to take cod-liver oil, browning baked beans, servign toast to invalids, using letter macaroni on birthday cakes, renewing typewriter ribbon, cleaning oil paintings, etc. Illustrated.

224 pages. Some notes inside. Some newspaper clippings stored inside, which has discolored some pages. Webbing showing in hinges. Book boards have light staining.