me going to milk 1945
womensinkskitchensWorld War, 1939-1945wagons
Division 2 – South Central
RM of Gravelbourg No. 104
Transcript of audio excerpt (edited by Interviewer): "The only thing I can tell you about it is this is 1945. I combined there about the same year, and the one thing that struck me, right after the war, materials was very scarce to get, and they had sort of redone their kitchen, and they couldn’t buy a kitchen sink, so they bought a child’s wagon, tin wagon, and cut that in, and put it in the sink. There was no plumbing, the water just ran out the bottom, into a pail, and you dump it. And that struck me as kind of unique."