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    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.)
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    Nice fir cabinets in kitchen. Outstanding Historic Prairie Style home with character from top to bottom. Five bedrooms, 2 baths, beautiful hardwood floors, red tile roof, original 2 stall garage with tile roof (new doors), updated wiring, newer central air, built-ins in the living and dining, French doors, lead glass, beautiful crown molding, plus much more. This home has most all of its original features and they are in great condition.

    1918 Prairie - Sioux City, IA - $150,000 - Old House Dreams

    1923 bungalow kitchen. Lovely leaded glass panels in doors. Too bad these owners ripped out the cabinets to put in a wholly unremarkable kitchen.

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    Original fir cabinets in a 1923 bungalow kitchen.

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    Original fir cabinets in a 1920s bungalow kitchen

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    Owned by the same family since it was built! Stunning woodwork that has never been painted. Add'l space on the second level and basement that could be finished. Enjoy the neighborhood on the full length porch.

    1914 Craftsman - Saint Paul, MN - $375,000 - Old House Dreams

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    Early 20th century gas stove in the kitchen of Pittock Mansion (2) | by mharrsch

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    1914 butlers pantry in Pittock Mansion | by mharrsch

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    Kitchen anteroom where dishware was stored in Pittock mansion 1914 | by mharrsch

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    The Pittock Mansion Butlers Pantry. 1914 Portland Oregon | by Janice Dressley. lost in oregon

    The Pittock Mansion Portland Oregon

    Pittock mansion 1914: Servants quarters.

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    Period stove at the Gatehouse, Pittock Mansion Portland Oregon built 1914. Original link is dead.

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    Kitchen Hardware - Pittock Mansion 1914. Love the wood counters.

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    Pittock Mansion 1914: Black and White Kitchen. Triple ovens and 5 burners on the beautiful black-and-white stove.

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    Pittock Mansion 1914: Butler's Pantry Sink. A fancy washing-up sink in the Butler’s Pantry, which served as a buffer area for the food to wait between being cooked in the kitchen and served in the dining room.

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    Pittock Mansion, Food Warmer in the Kitchen. 1914.

    Pittock Mansion » Food Warmer in the Kitchen

    Pittock Mansion Kitchen, [Funny Sink Drains] 1914.

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    Pittock Mansion, Pantry, Wall-hung sink and beautiful tile floor.

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    Pittock Mansion, [Ancient Stove] 1914

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    Pittock Mansion, [Kitchen Utensil Pantry] 1914

    Pittock Mansion » Kitchen Utensil Pantry

    Pittock Mansion, 1914. [Refridgeration Room (Refridgerator to the left installed in 1928)]

    Pittock Mansion » Refridgeration Room (Refridgerator to the left installed in 1928)

    Nice unpainted wood kitchen. Would look great after some cleaning and restoration. Large Craftsman styled 1 ½ story Bungalow. If you are after Character and space with a large yard and oversized garage/shop - this is the one. Come take a look at the ornate woodwork, built-ins, trim and lots of hardwood floors. Engaging open front porch. $115K.

    c. 1910 Craftsman - Richland Center, WI - $114,900 - Old House Dreams

    Don't love the overwhelming appliances, but the cabinetry looks better now. Greg's Bungalow - Original Cabinets in Kitchen (including the "California Cooler") | by HexBlock

    Greg's Bungalow - Original Cabinets in Kitchen (including the "California Cooler")

    Butler's Pantry ♥

    1905 - Fargo, ND - $259,000

    Stained wood kitchen from "The Inviting Home" 1918 published by Boston Varnish Company.

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