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A Monday washing in New York City, 1900. Last of this series.
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Gladstone

We always had wash day on Mondays.
This is before indoor dryers.

dendro

Can't help but wonder how clean they would be when they came in off the line. Certainly better than they were before washed, though.

Rettch

We always did the laundry at our house on Saturdays. Mom had her 4 boys home to pump and haul the water and hang up the clothes. We boys never did appreciate wash day or washing the supper dishes.

unicorn3

Makes me so happy you all enjoyed this series..............Wendy

Rettch

This is a great picture, Wendy. The whole series is great. Thanks for posting.

Sharon72

This was really an interesting series, Wendy.

RitaTen

Hey Wendy! A delightful picture of the disappearing culture!

Brian666

@unicorn3 @krickle sorry Wendy my mistake it’s a hot air balloon !

unicorn3

@Brian666 If they are large, yes, they are mine. LOL........Wendy

Brian666

@unicorn3 @krickle young Wendy, are they your drawers we can see on the fourth line on the right, I think they are !!

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unicorn3

I know my grandparents and mom always reserved Mondays to do laundry. I have a 91 year old friend who still does her laundry on Mondays. Must have been the "thing" to do back then..............Wendy

unicorn3

Quite a sight, isn't it? ...........Wendy

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