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by Nancy R. Hiller


Cabinetmaker Nancy R. Hiller draws on her years of specialty cabinet-making to deliver an entertaining, beautiful and informative history of the Hoosier cabinet―revealing its . This is a great history book on the Hoosier cabinet

Cabinetmaker Nancy R. Hiller draws on her years of specialty cabinet-making to deliver an entertaining, beautiful and informative history of the Hoosier cabinet―revealing its influence on the development of the contemporary American home. July/August 2009 (Home & Away). Pick it up, start reading and you won't want to put it down. Crazy as it sounds, a story about kitchens is full of wonderment, excitement, and down-home wisdom. The history part is equally engrossing. This is a great history book on the Hoosier cabinet. I just wish it actually had a more comprehensive listing of the possible Hoosier style cabinet of the period.

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Bloomington-based cabinetmaker Nancy R. Hiller draws on her years of specialty . Nicely illustrated book about the development of the Hoosier cabinet and its influence on the development of modern kitchen cabinetry. Hiller draws on her years of specialty cabinet making and thorough knowledge of interior design to deliver an entertaining, beautiful, and informative history of the Hoosier cabinet-revealing its influence on the development of the contemporary American home. Also discusses how the development of advertising at the same time, along with convenient weekly payments, helped sell the cabinets. Hiller draws on her years of specialty cabinet. A well written, accurate and beautifully illustrated book. I purchased The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History by Nancy Hiller as a gift for my wife

Bloomington-based cabinetmaker Nancy R. I purchased The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History by Nancy Hiller as a gift for my wife. Not only did the item arrive on time, but she has not laid it down since its arrival. A & read' for all those folks who have a Hoosier, or who enjoy reading about family kitchens of the past! 0. Report. Scholarship meets practicality. com User, December 12, 2009. Did you ever wonder how your kitchen became what it is today?

Nancy Hiller is a rare beast of a cabinet maker, scholar and writer. She uses the Hoosier cabinet as a lens for social history.

Nancy Hiller is a rare beast of a cabinet maker, scholar and writer. As a multi-purpose piece of furniture that claimed it could enable you to do almost everything you ever need to in a kitchen without moving a step, even saving up to 1592 steps in one day. Depending on what year you were in or what marketing message was being promoted, it might help the housewife to ‘stay young’, ‘abolish (household) slavery’ or be the best gift a father could give to his daughter to teach her how to cook. Its local setting is Indiana, where they had.

The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History by Hiller, Nancy R. -Hcover. The President's Kitchen Cabinet: The Story of the African America 9781469632537. Sunset's New Kitchen Cabinet Cook Book by Sunset Magazine.

Some error text about your books and stuff. 2. Social and Material Influences on the Hoosier Cabinet's Development Women and the kitchen. The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History. Description: Contents Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Kitchens in Context Indiana's settlement and early economy. Why Indiana? Wooton's Patent Cabinet Secretary. Ideas from Catharine Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Winslow Taylor, and Christine Frederick. 3. The Hoosier Becomes the Standard Founding of the Hoosier Manufacturing Company.

cle{Cromley2010TheHC, title {The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History by Nancy R. Hiller}, author {Elizabeth Collins Cromley}, journal {Indiana Magazine of History}, year {2010} }. Elizabeth Collins Cromley.

Hoosier Cabinet-modern take on an old style. If there's a separate cabinet center, I like the idea of channeling a hoosier cabinet in thinking about its design. Could be perfect baking island. The Hoosier Cabinet is pictured in Red Oak with the standard hardwar. olid Oak, Maple, Cherry and Quarter Sawn White Oak Hutches made in the USA. The Brookline Hoosier Hutch is perfect for extra dining room storage. Wouldn't work for my current kitchen but one day I would love a big farmhouse kitchen with a Hoosier!

The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History by Nancy R. Hiller. Indiana Magazine of History.

The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History by Nancy R.

Loaded with labor and time-saving conveniences, the Hoosier cabinet was among the earliest design innovations of the modern American kitchen. This culinary workstation allowed owners to maintain an efficient and clutter-free kitchen by centralizing utensils, cookware, tools, and ingredients all the while providing a space in which to prepare the meals of the day. Bloomington-based cabinetmaker Nancy R. Hiller draws on her years of specialty cabinet making and thorough knowledge of interior design to deliver an entertaining, beautiful, and informative history of the Hoosier cabinet―revealing its influence on the development of the contemporary American home. Illustrated with original manufacturers' advertisements and sales literature―some of which is previously unpublished―as well as color and black-and-white photos, this long-overdue book on an icon of the early 20th-century kitchen will be an invaluable resource to cabinetmakers, antiques enthusiasts, and homeowners planning a period-inspired kitchen.

Hiclerlsi
This is a great history book on the Hoosier cabinet. I just wish it actually had a more comprehensive listing of the possible Hoosier style cabinet of the period. My Hoosier style cabinet is basically Sellers clearfront as far as I am able to discern from one of the ads posted in the book, but mine has components from the Boone and Hoosier brands as well. I'm still confused if indeed it is a Sellers or a hybrid compilation of salvaged pieces. The cabinet hardware closures are unlike any listed in this book which makes finding replacements frustrating. I personally like the hardware, but they appear to be like the Hoosier brand but modified to act as pull releases for the hidden latches. I still would recommend this book for the fascinating history of this kitchen cabinet. Through it, we learn the progression to the modern day kitchen from absolutely nothing at all. It is truly amazing how innovations such as this cabinet lead to the functional kitchens of today. And do check out the antique ads! You can literally see how much of the advertising methods of the day still impact our advertisements today. Truly an awesome compilation.
ZloyGenii
Did you ever wonder how your kitchen became what it is today? No matter what style or period it is, this book will help you to understand your kitchen better. It may leave you delighted with what you have or imagining how it could be improved. It may also leave you thrilled with the character of an old kitchen and willing to put up with its impracticality in order to maintain the integrity of your house. Everybody has a relationship of one sort or another with a kitchen. For most of us, it's intimate and occurs multiple times on a daily basis. In this book, Nancy Hiller will introduce you to your kitchen's past and its development with well-written, intelligent prose and excellent illustrations. This is a book to read, to share and to keep.
Nea
My husband is refinishing my MacDougall "Hoosier" kitchen cabinet. Thank you Amazon.
Arashilkis
I think this is an excellent book!!!
Adokelv
Who knew there were home economics histories? Helped me understand the evolution of kitchens in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Dandr
everything was great
xander
I ordered this book in hopes of acquiring more information on Seller's Hoosier cabinets. While this book is informative I just couldn't get into Ms. Hiller's style of writing. I finally just looked up the pages that referred to the Seller's cabinet and read those and looked at the photos. It does offer lots of insight into the lives of families at the time of the Hoosier heyday, it was not what I was looking for as far as brand information. It is a nicely presented hardback book but with few color photos.
Very informative thank you
The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History ebook
Author:
Nancy R. Hiller
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Architecture
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Indiana University Press; 1st Edition edition (April 7, 2009)
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160 pages
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