1. Kitchen Plans And General Information

Child, Georgie Boynton. The Efficient Kitchen. New York: Robert M. Mc- Bride & Co., 1925. Delineator Home Institute. Delineator Kitchen and Laundry Plans and Equipment. New York: Butterick Publishing Co., 1928. Pp. 44.

Contains a few plans for both kitchens and laundries and general information on planning and arrangement.

_______Well Planned Kitchens. New York: Butterick Publishing Co., 1930.

Pp. 36. Frederick, Christine. Household Engineering. Chicago: American School of Home Economics, 1923. General information on plans, wall and floor finishes, and equipment (pp. 19-64).

Frigid aire Corporation. Model Kitchens. Dayton, Ohio: The Corporation, 1928. Pp. 48.

Includes forty-three plans, eight of which were prize winners in a Frigidaire competition.

Gray, Greta. Convenient Kitchens. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull.

1513. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1926. Pp. 30.

General information and plans. Much of the information is appropriate for both urban and rural kitchens.

Hoosier Manufacturing Co. Planning The Modern Kitchen. New Castle, Ind.

The Company, n.d. Pp. 32. Iowa State College. Planning and Equipping the Kitchen. Home Economics Bull. 8. Ames: The College, 1923. Pp. 24. ______The Step-saving Kitchen. Home Management Booklet. Ames: The College, 1928. Pp. 20.

General information - plans, walls, floors, and equipment.

National Lumber Manufacturers' Association. Modern Home Interiors.

Washington: The Association, 1929. Pp. 30.

Designs for built-in equipment for kitchens (pp. 1-11). 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.

Contains a number of plans, some showing arrangement of equipment and easy * access to rooms.

Van Rensselaer, Martha, Rose, Flora, and Canon, Helen (comps.). A Manual of Homemaking. New York: Macmillan Co., 1928. Kitchen planning (pp. 100-120).

Washington State College. Convenient Kitchens. Pullman: The College, n.d. Pp. 43. Mimeographed bulletin.

2. Wall And Floor Finishes And Coverings

Good Housekeeping Institute. Convenient Kitchens. New York: Good Housekeeping, 1929. Pp. 12.

Iowa State College. Finishes and Furnishings for the Kitchen. Home Management Booklet. Ames: The College, 1929. Pp. 16. Wall and floor coverings (pp. 1-4, 10-15).

U.S. Bureau of Home Economics. Floors and Floor Coverings. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers'Bull. 1219. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1921. Pp. 30. Linoleums and similar materials (pp. 25-28).

3. Selection And Arrangement Of Equipment

Donham, S. Agnes. Marketing and Housework Manual. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1930. Selection and uses of kitchen equipment (pp. 113-34).

Foster, James E. "Kitchen Sinks," Small Home, X (September, 1930), 16-18, 42-43. Frederick, Christine. Household Engineering. Chicago: American School of Home Economics, 1923. Kitchen equipment (pp. 19-64).

Good Housekeeping Institute. Convenient Kitchens. New York: Good Housekeeping, 1929. Pp. 12.

_______Kitchen, Laundry and Cleaning Equipment. Household Engineering Series, Bull. 16. New York: Good Housekeeping, 1924. Pp. 12.

Iowa State College. Finishes and Furnishings for the Kitchen. Home Management Booklet. Ames: The College, 1929. Pp. 16.

_______Selection of Kitchen Utensils. Home Management Booklet. Ames:

The College, 1928. Pp. 16.

Illustrations and descriptions of convenient and durable utensils for the kitchen.

_______The Step-saving Kitchen. Home Management Booklet. Ames: The College, 1928. Pp. 20.

Rules for convenient grouping of equipment.

Kneeland, Hildegarde. Abolishing the Inefficient Kitchen. Journal of Home Economics, XXI (July, 1929), 475-81. Based on study of time spent by over two thousand homemakers.