National Housewife’s Day

It’s National Housewife’s Day! Sadly, history often overlooks people who don’t work outside the home. We want to thank every house spouse for all they do and to encourage everyone to visit our Blue Monday exhibit to see what being a housewife would have been like in the 1900s!

Color photo of the museum's Blue Monday exhibit, which has an embroidered white apron on a headless mannequin, a large tub and washboard, an old-fashioned clothing roller, and an early washing machine with a large steel wheel and clothing roller on the outside of a metal tub on legs. Further to the right is a display of irons that were heated on a stove, or early electrical irons sitting on a rag rug, and a stand for drying stocks

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