My books on manufacturing

My books on manufacturing
My books on manufacturing history

Monday, May 13, 2024

Manufacturing and the nineteenth century home

 The seventy years between the Great Exhibition and the start of the Great War had seen great changes in the way many people worked and travelled. Yet, the way food and homewares were produced hadn’t changed a great deal. The local butcher, baker, grocer and green grocer supplied daily needs. A carpenter might make furniture, a seamstress a dress, a cobbler boots, a tailor a suit of clothes. Change thought was afoot, and I seek to tell it through the prism of my father who was born in 1891.

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The house in Dulwich where my father was born. You can read about his remarkable life in Dunkirk to D Day

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