Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
JACK, Florence B.
- The art of laundry work
["The art of laundry work', 1896]
An undated AbCat cites the first edition of "The art of laundry work' as published 1896.
[Fourth edition, 1900]
A fourth edition of the same title, published 1900, is cited in an AbCat of autumn 1978.
[Fifth edition, 1920]
The NUCat lists a fifth edition as published Edinburgh and London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1902.
The art of laundry work practically demonstrated for use in homes and schools. By Florence B. Jack, author of "The art of cooking for invalids"; late principal of the School of the Domestic Arts, Edinburgh / sixth edition, revised and enlarged.
18.0 x 11.5 cm Pp [i-v] vi-viii  2-124
GB: *Priv coll
[Enlarged edition, 1913]
The BMCat lists an enlarged edition as published London and Edinburgh: T.C. & E.C. Jack 1913. The British Library copy has been destroyed.
- Women's book
The women's book /c ontains everything a woman ought to know / edited by Florence B. Jack, late principal of the School of the Domestic Arts, Edinburgh, and Rita Strauss, assisted by many expert contributors.
23.0 x 16.5 cm Pp [i-iv] v-viii  2-734 [i-viii] ads illus
GB: GrART LB *OB
In addition to the usual material relating to women's domestic lives, there are sections describing other kinds of work available to middle-class women, ranging from unpaid social and philanthropic work to careers in politics, commerce and agriculture.
[Title as first edition] Revised edition
22.5 x 16.0 cm Pp [i-x] x-xii 1-719 illus
GB: LB OPo(F)
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