4. Inexpensive Equipment And Conveniences

Ives, Frederick W. Home Conveniences. New York: Harper & Bros., 1924. Michigan State College of Agriculture. Simple Water Systems. Circ. 64.

East Lansing: The College, 1928. Pp. 16. New York State College of Agriculture. The Farm Water Supply, Part I:

"Simple Water Systems and Plumbing," by F. G. Behrend. Cornell Extension Bull. 50. Ithaca: The College, 1922. Pp. 191. _______The Farm Water Supply, Part II: "The Use of the Hydraulic Ram," by F. G. Behrend. Cornell Extension Bull. 145. Ithaca: The College, 1926.

Pp. 28. New York State College of Home Economics. Planning the Home Kitchen, by Helen Binkerd Young. Cornell Bulletin for Homemakers, Lesson 108.

Ithaca: The College, 1928. Pp. 19. Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College. Running Water in the Farm Home, by G. E. Martin. Circ. 245. Stillwater: The College, 1929.

Pp. 16. Reese, Madge J. Farm Home Conveniences. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 927. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1928. Pp. 24. U.S. National Committee on Wood Utilization. You Can Make It for Camp and Cottage. You Can Make It Series, Vol. II. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1930. Pp. 49.

Practical uses for odd pieces of lumber.

Utah Agricultural College. Rural Kitchen Improvement, by Effie S. Barrows. Circ. 9. Logan: The College, 1928. Pp. 23.

5. Kitchens

Gray, Greta. Convenient Kitchens. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1513. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926. Pp. 30. General information and a number of plans.

Iowa State College of Agriculture. The Step-saving Kitchen, by Gertrude Lynn. Home Management Booklet. Ames: The College, 1928. Pp. 20.

Michigan State College of Agriculture: Extension Division. Farm Kitchens, by F. E. FoGle and Marian Rogers Smith. Bull. 37. East Lansing: The College, 1928. Pp. 16.

New York State College of Home Economics. Planning the Home Kitchen, by Helen Binkerd Young. Cornell Bulletin for Homemakers, Lesson 108. Ithaca: The College, 1926. Pp. 19.

Purdue University: Dept. of Agricultural Extension. The Farm Home Kitchen, by Kathryne McMahon. Extension Bull. 141. LaFayette, Ind.: The University, 1926. Pp. 12.

Utah Agricultural College: Extension Service. Rural Kitchen Improvement, by Epfie S. Barrows. Circ. 9. Logan: The College, 1928. Pp. 23.

[Note. - Information on kitchen plans, remodeling, and equipment may be obtained from the state colleges of agriculture.]

6. Living Conditions And Living-Condition Studies

Carter, Deane G. A Study of Farm House Costs. St. Joseph, Mich.: American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 1929. Pp. 2.

Agricultural Engineering, Vol. X (June, 1929).

Clark, Carroll D. "Evaluating Certain Equipment of the Modern Rural Home," Journal of Home Economics, XXII (December, 1930), 1005-15.

Hopper, Charles Russell. Introduction to Rural Sociology. New York: Richard R. Smith, Inc., 1930.

Rural standard of living (pp. 75-95).

Iowa State College of Agriculture. Electric Service for the Iowa Farm, by Frank D. Paine and Frank J. Zink. Official Publications, Vol. XXVII, No. 8, Rept. 3. Ames: The College, 1928. Pp. 28.

Study of home equipment for eleven farms (pp. 12-22).

Kirkpatrick, Ellis Lore. Annual Family Living in Selected Farm Homes of North Dakota. Washington: U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1928. Pp. 17. Mimeographed preliminary report.

_______Average Expenditures for Household Furnishings and Equipment Purchased by Farm Families. Washington: U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1926. Pp. 14.

Mimeographed preliminary report.

_______The Farmer's Standard of Living. New York: Century Co.. 1929.

Kirkpatrick, Ellis Lore, and J. T. Sanders, The Relation between the Ability To Pay and the Standard of Living among Farmers. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Dept. Bull. 1382. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926.

Kneeland, Hildegarde. "Is the Modern Housewife a Lady of Leisure?" Survey - Graphic Magazine, LII (June 1, 1929), 301-2.

---------. "Woman's Economic Condition in the Home," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (Philadelphia). Pub. 2286. Estimated value of homemakers' services derived from the study of one thousand housewives (p. 5).

Nebraska College of Agriculture: Experiment Station. The Nebraska Farm Kitchen, by Greta Gray. Bull. 226. Lincoln: The College,. 1928. Pp. 14.

_______The Routine and Seasonal Work of Nebraska Farm Women, by M. Ruth Clark and Greta Gray. Bull. 238. Lincoln: The College, 1930. Pp. 39.

North Carolina State College of Agriculture: Experiment Station. Farm Family Living among White Owner and Tenant Operators in Wake County. Bull. 269. Raleigh: The College, 1929. Pp. 101.

Oregon State Agricultural College: Experiment Station. Use of Time by Oregon Farm Homemakers, by Maud Wilson. Bull. 265. Corvallis: The College, 1929. Pp. 71.

U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Publications Relating to Farm Population and Rural Life. Washington: The Bureau, 1930. Pp. 10. Mimeographed.

_______Rural Standards of Living. Agricultural Economics Bibliography 32.

Washington: The Bureau, 1930. Pp. 124.