Image from page 187 of "Building with assurance" (1921)
Title: Building with assurance
Authors: Morgan Woodwork Organization
Subjects: woodwork -- catalogs domestic architecture -- catalogs furnishings -- catalogs Division 06 Division 12 wood posts and columns wood stairs wood railings base and shoe moldings exterior wood door frames wood door and window casings dining tables and chairs lamps couchws and loveseats art glass
Publisher: Morgan Woodwork Organization
Contributing Library: MBJ collection
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swung to the side and out of the way, whileworking in the sink. Culinary Table A snow white durable table without legs.This table is not a plumbing fixture, but apiece of kitchen furniture. It is made ofporcelain enameled iron (the same materialused in the kitchen sinks and built-in bath-tubs), made all in one piece without a crackor crevice. One side is made perfectly level^—the other side has a slight depression, so thatthis part makes an ideal mixing place. Thetable is fastened to the wall by strong invisiblehangers, by means of which the table can beset at any desired height. Laundry Trays The proper plumbing equipment for thebasement or laundry room consists of a battery of trays^two, preferably three tubs—made ofwhite enameled iron or vitreous china, withwringer bases. Trays made of this materialretain their color and finish and are the mostsanitary. Cheaper trays of composition ma-terial (stone, slate, etc.) do notpresent as attractive an appear-ance, nor do they combine th
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