21pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary paper. Cd.9232. Chaired by Gertrude Emmott, amongst the many comments and recommendations (minumum dimensions, a larder no smaller than 6 x 4 ft, a fixed bath, etc.,) was the examination of the hard lot of the miners wifes and rural conditions in Wales, advocating the provision of pit head baths "and in addition we emphatically advocate the separate bathroom in each house as in England." A clean copy. N° de ref. de la librería 172366
Título: Women's Housing Sub-Committee. FINAL REPORT.
Año de publicación: 1919
Descripción HMSO, 1919. Paperback. Condición: Good. Original printed paper wrappers; slightly frayed, corners creased, mildly soiled; even so sound and complete. Contents equally sound and complete; no pen-marks. Size: 320mm x 220mm. Collation: 21 pages. The remit was to report on post-war housing from the housewife's point of view. Suggestions included their views on heating, playgrounds, gardens, room size and sanitation, etc., advocating a separate bath for each house. Nº de ref. del artículo: 080329