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Modern Home Laundrywork



    OUR educational systems have failed to impart the desire on the part of many boys and girls to know about the ordinary things around them; they are content to drive a motor-car, but not to understand it, to do laundry work and complain of the results equally without understanding. It is true that an increasing number of girls pass through a course of domestic science, and it would be all to the good if a much larger number could be induced to do so, for which purpose much greater facilities for part-time study are required.

    Modern Home Laundrywork.

    By E. Henney J. D. Byett. Pp. x + 171. (London: J. M. Dent and Sons, Ltd., 1934.) 3s. 6d. net.

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