Cast Iron Mangle used on washday in the 1940-50s before the days of washing machines — Tony Anthony J Sargeant

The mother of Anthony Sargeant used a cast iron mangle just like this one on washing day in the 1940-50s. The wooden rollers squeezed much of the water out of the washing so that it could be hung out to dry on the long washing line that ran the length of the garden. Other essential […]

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