These Hung Next To The Coal Stove When I Was a Kid.

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These Hung Next To The Coal Stove When I Was a Kid.

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July 1942. "Birmingham (near Detroit), Michigan. Herbs and kitchen utensils in a house in Birmingham." 4x5 inch Kodachrome transparency by Arthur S. Siegel, Office of War Information

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I love kitchen utensils - Red wood handles of course..

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Funny, when wendy was here I used the word saucepan..... she had no idea what I was talking about.
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Some folk call them pots.
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So do we, large saucepans are called pots.

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