1940’s kitchen. The importance of historical context cont.)

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Recall the importance of historical context for my graphic novel research in my post yesterday: LINK.

As the story is mainly set in the 1940’s, I find myself fascinated by the 1940’s kitchen.


1722 Victoria Drive. Molly’s family home in 1945.
A 1940’s kitchen inspired by my visits to Fort Langley Antique mall

Afterwards, they always had tea in the kitchen, much the nicest room in the house. – Flora Thompson

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Canada Starch Company, 1940’s

The epilogue will elaborate on the use of historical context

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