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October 21, 1932

Fri., 21  Morning devotions. Clouds & a little rain. Grace brings in the clothes. I prepare the ingredients for fig filling, which is quite a little work. 24 more words

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Dangerous cast iron cogs and heavy wooden rollers in this domestic mangle – children were forbidden to touch — Tony Sargeant - Anthony Sargeant

In 1940-50s South-London there were few washing machines. The mother of Anthony Sargeant did not have one but she did have a cast-iron mangle such as this which was housed in the shed at the bottom of the garden.

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Anthony Sargeant

Dangerous cast iron cogs and heavy wooden rollers in this domestic mangle - children were forbidden to touch

In 1940-50s South-London there were few washing machines. The mother of Anthony Sargeant did not have one but she did have a cast-iron mangle such as this which was housed in the shed at the bottom of the garden.

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Anthony J Sargeant

Cast-iron mangle for wringing out laundry in the 1940-50s home of Anthony Sargeant

In 1940-50s South-London there were few washing machines. The mother of Anthony Sargeant did not have one but she did have a cast-iron mangle such as this which was housed in the shed at the bottom of the garden.

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Anthony Sargeant

Dangerous piece of domestic ‘machinery’ for small children in the 1940-50s home of Anthony Sargeant

In 1940-50s South-London there were few washing machines. The mother of Anthony Sargeant did not have one but she did have a cast-iron mangle such as this which was housed in the shed at the bottom of the garden.

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Anthony Sargeant

Dangerous piece of domestic 'machinery' for small children in the 1940-50s home of Anthony Sargeant

In 1940-50s South-London there were few washing machines. The mother of Anthony Sargeant did not have one but she did have a cast-iron mangle such as this which was housed in the shed at the bottom of the garden.

208 more words
Anthony Sargeant

Mangle used to wring out water from laundry on wash-day - which was usually Monday

In 1940-50s South-London there were few washing machines. The mother of Anthony Sargeant did not have one but she did have a cast-iron mangle such as this which was housed in the shed at the bottom of the garden. 189 more words

Anthony Sargeant