Early 1900s Kitchens
This is a board of original or nearly original kitchens from the early 1900s. I've tried to exclude modern builds and remodels, but sometimes it's hard to tell. (See the remodeled kitchen board for modern builds.)
Period Kitchen Photographs - From A Second Course in Homemaking by M.H. Kittredge, 1915: A Canning Lesson. Lots of clear glass jars used for storing foods. Those definitely look like mason jars with screw-on lids. Pots are hung off the bottom-side of the shelf.
From The Efficient Kitchen by G.B. Child, 1914. This picture is really interesting because it shows a wire mesh dish rack (hanging on the wall). I'd been wondering what they used as dish racks and this photograph provided at least one option. I think that mop-looking thing above the sink might be a dish scrubber.
The butler’s pantry has a six-arm Anglo–Dutch brass chandelier; owner Judi Heise made the painted floorcloth to protect the wood floor. Cabinets are original except for some refurbished glass doors
Kitchen & Pantries in a 1908 Colonial Revival - Old-House Online
Comfortable country bungalow (SOLD) on approximately 5 acres with outbuildings in excellent condition. Conveniently located for easy access to Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay. Home features original cabinets, woodwork and hardwood floors. Newer roof shingles and interesting siding that looks like brick but is shingle. I hope they didn't paint it.