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Extra views of food preservation canning kitchen shown in products 8-9. At the least some …
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Title: extra views of meals preservation canning kitchen shown in products 8-9. At the least many of these had been taken around August 1918, but all were sent to the ”Country Gentleman” mag in April 1921. Captions tend to be below: Item 35 – ”Doing business because of the vegetable grower on each day in late fall once the system of work consisted of veggie soup and canned pumpkin and squash.” Item 36 – ”Removing vegetables from blanching within the live vapor regarding the canners and giving them the cool leap when you look at the tub of chilled water conveniently near.” Item 37 – ”Checking up accounts at the conclusion of the day. The community kitchen area is designed to be selfsupporting. The administration is in the arms of a community committee making an appartment rate charge to people of cooking area to cover price of management. The committee in addition purchases supplies wholesale for good thing about the clients.”

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Image from web page 193 of “Credit of this nations: a research associated with the European war” (1918)
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Identifier: cu31924032443677
Title: Credit regarding the countries: research associated with the European war
12 Months: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Laughlin, J. Laurence (James Laurence), 1850-1933
Subjects: World War, 1914-1918 Credit Debts, Public
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner’s sons
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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straight away relied upon.? Could this be donewithout excessive stress on its note-issuing power, whichwould be inevitably expanded since the demands for creditincreased.* The responsibility set upon it was a heavyone. That exceptional needs for discounts could be madeon the financial institution even before the particular outbreak of hostilitiesgoes without saying. Into the six days from July 27 toAugust 1, 1914, the commercial paper dis-i^^s* counted increased from 6,000,000 to 8,-000,000. In the 1st times of August thetenseness associated with situation, in a country where in fact the rateof interest at its main lender have been held at about3 % for long durations, could be shown by the factthat the Bank, to protect itseK, had to raise itsdiscount rate to 6 per cent (hence for improvements onpubhc securities to 7 per cent). By August 20, 1914,the prices fell to 5 and 6 per cent respectively. A specialbureau for new discounts was opened in Paris. Yet, inspite of this aid, resort had been had by various other institutions to

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FRENCH CASH AND CREDIT 167 the moratorium while the limitation regarding the detachment ofdeposits. Our company is significantly at nighttime in regards to what hap-pened just after the outbreak of this war, sincethe Bank of France would not pubhsh its reports untilFebruary 4, 1915.i Absolutely nothing had been, actually, attained by thisreticency, due to the fact credit occasions inside omitted monthswere undoubtedly revealed because of the later developments.The whole tale associated with credit businesses of the lender, andthus people who tend to be pivotal for the organization of creditin France, tend to be provided in Chart IV, attracted on samescale, thus similar with those of this Bank ofEngland instantly. The direct solution associated with the Bank of France in relievingthe requirements of this public appears, naturally, in expan-sion of discounts and improvements.^ Into the duration be- From statements by M. Ribot, minister of finance, we have the followingfigures for amount of unpublished records in 1914 (scores of francs): October 1 December 10 December 2

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