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  • Cindy Park

    I love seeing laundry hanging on the line...in the country

  • Jen💋

    Hanging clothes outside to dry with clothes pins, drying by the sun and wind... Clothes smell fantastic! Asked my husband to put up a clothesline after we moved into our home. I still do this when the weather is beautiful!

  • Barbara Harris Ebert

    Hung the clothes outside to dry in the sun and wind with clothes pins.....on the clothes line . Clothes smelled fantastic! Growing up it was always my job to use an old washcloth to clean off the line before we hung clothes.

  • Tara Kent

    Hang the clothes outside to dry in the sun and wind with clothes pins.....on the clothes line . Clothes smell fantastic! (Or if my landlord ever gets around to installing the clothesline)

  • Gail Norman

    Hung the clothes outside to dry in the sun and wind with clothes pins.....on the clothes line . Clothes smelled fantastic! Sad to say (?) this is still how I dry my laundry!

  • Pin all you want: Linda Caldwell

    Memories of the old days: Hung the clothes outside to dry in the sun and wind with clothes pins.....on the clothes line . Clothes smelled fantastic!

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Freshly washed clothes drying on the line!This is how the clothes were dried. If it was raining my mother hung the laundry in our living room. If your clothes were not turned right side out they simply didn't get washed until you turned it right side out.

Court of first model tenement house in New York, 72nd Street... Digital ID: 482804. Court of first model tenement house in New York, 72nd Street and First Avenue, Manhattan.. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. March 16, 1936

Hung clothes on the clothesline out in the back yard. Nothing smelled as fresh as clothes whipped dry in the soft summer wind

I remember my mom hanging clothes on the clothes line...

clothesline ~ basket for pins Oh, how I wish I lived in the country so I could hang my clothes out to dry and they would smell fresh and clean and not stink of chemicals poisons. A memory of Aunt Jessie's clothes line in her back yard from many years ago.

Nestle Quik - I remember these metal containers from the 80s!!

An old water pump. This was how we got water from the farm up on the "Adams farm" when we were enjoying time at the lake with the Cunningham Clan. There was no running water on either site but it didn't feel like "roughing it." I miss the experiences at the cabins with family. Everything felt normal and sane while we were there.

D-is for Dresses photo by lovely little lady, August 18, 2010 (and it's a lovely photo!)

The dishwashers in Mama's Kitchen used Lux Liquid for dishes for years...

penny fortune telling scale. There was one of these in the drug store in Newberg--never did get to see my fortune.