Getting the Job Done

For many reasons, we love to memorialize the inventions and tools that people have used to do their jobs throughout history. With all of today’s computing and machine power, seeing the tools of the past makes you realize how fortunate we truly are these days. We have seen displays of working conditions in a variety of countries and they are all very interesting. We have taken photographs of many of them and looking back at them, it is kind of fascinating that the pictures almost capture a sense of dreariness that must have truly existed at the time. In fact, some of them are almost downright creepy.

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Frozen Air and Spinning Wheels

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Pressing Papyrus

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Ancient English Workers

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Spinning Linen in India

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Pharmacy Desk in Old Town Alexandria

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Old Sewing Machines

 

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5 Responses to Getting the Job Done

  1. lesleyconnor says:

    Isn’t it also amazing the quality of workmanship that was produced on many of these old tools.

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  2. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful photos for this week. I like the title of your post too. ๐Ÿ˜€

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