Cool Cool Kitchen images

By | September 2, 2018

A few nice cool kitchen images I found:

Image from page 588 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)
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Identifier: americanhomesgar41907newy
Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

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A House Lined with Mineral Wool as shown in these sections, is Warm in Winter,Cool in Summer, and ia thoroughly DEAFENED. The lining is vermin-proof; neither rate, mice,nor insects can make their way through or live in it.MINERAL WOOL checks the spread of fire and keepgout dampness. Correspondence Solicited. U. S. Mineral Wool Co. 140 Cedar St., NEW YORK CITY. CBOSS-SECTION THBOTTGH FLOOB.

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KitchenShowingInterlockingRubberTiling inResidence ofcJVIr. WebbHorton,Middleton,N. Y. INTERLOCKING RUBBERj TILING An Ideal Floor Covering for CourtHouses, Banking Institutions, Churches,Hospitals, Libraries, Business Offices,Restaurants, Vestibules, Elevators,Kitchens, Laundries, Pantries, Bath-rooms, Steamships and Floating Pro-perty generally. We are the original manufacturers of Interlocking Rubber Tiling NEW YORK BELTING C& PACKING CO., Ltd. 91-93 Chambers Street, NEW YORK CITY CHICAGO, ILL.: 150 Lake StreetST. LOUIS, MO.: 218-220 Chestnut StreetPHILADELPHIA PA.: 118-120 N. Eiehth StreetSAN FRANCISCO, CAL.: E. 11th St. C8. 3d Ave.,Oakland BOSTON : 232 Summer StreetBALTIMORE, MD.: 114 W. Baltimore StreetBUFFALO, N. Y.: 600 Prudential BuildingPITTSBURGH, PA.: 913-915 Liberty AvenueSPOKANE, WASH.: 163 S. Lincoln Street Ire In days long gone, thereligious spirit of thetime was not only ex-pressed in the detail ofornament, but was oftenthe dominant factor inthe design of many use-

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Epiphyas postvittana
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Image by Bennyboymothman
Recent moth bits and a welcome returning species

On Tuesday at work I was just checking the bug zapper in the kitchen (as I do frequently to see if there’s any interesting deceased moths amongst the frazzle of flies, I found 2 Emmelina monodactyla, 1 Agonopterix heracliana and an Epiphyas postvittana, pretty much expected species in the middle of a town but as I just moved the zapper I saw a large dark micro just sitting there…and I said to myself ‘Well I wasn’t expecting to see a Diurnea fagella’ it being new for the year for me…rescued from the perils of electricity I took him home for a better photo.
That same night and after another mild day hitting 16 degrees the trap went out at 6pm ready to see what might turn up come the morning, the sky did clear and it was a little cool this morning with a heavy dew but I was still pleased with 12 moths of 8 species which I know seems little in comparison to other trappers lists at the moment.
It was certainly quality over quantity as well with even a mint condition Epiphyas postvittana grabbing my attention for a photo.
The best moth for me was a very pale Lead-coloured Drab, only my second record for the garden (I had forgot that I first took this species in 2014).
It is a moth that I use to trap commonly when I lived with my parents, sometimes 5 or 6 per trap would you believe!
Also my second Oak Beauty of the year was nice and a really striking Clouded Drab had to have it’s shoot with the Lead-coloured Drab.

All in all a pleasing result.

Catch Report – 14/03/17 – Back Garden – Stevenage – 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap

Macro Moths

1x Lead-coloured Drab [NFY]
2x Clouded Drab
3x Common Quaker
1x Early Grey
1x Hebrew Character
2x March Moth
1x Oak Beauty

Micro Moths

1x Epiphyas postvittana

[2289] Knot Grass (Acronicta rumicis)
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Image by Bennyboymothman
More quality with a little more quantity too
My first trapping session of April was of course on the night of the 1st on Saturday and I had quite a small catch but to be expected as it was cool and clear with a temperature down to 5c come the morning.
The only moth of interest from that night was a second record for the year of Grey Shoulder-knot.

On Monday night things picked up dramatically, with a warm day with highs of nigh on 18 degrees the sky did duly clear as the sun set but by this morning we had cloud and the thermometer read 9c.
There was also about 90% more moths in and around the trap than when I checked at 11pm.
Another Grey Shoulder-knot, a different example to Saturday night’s specimen was nice to see, but even better and strangely?? inside the kitchen on the patio door was only my second ever garden record of Powdered Quaker…how it got in I don’t know but it must have flew in last night when I had the door open sorting the rubbish bins, result!

The second surprise was a Knot Grass which I nearly mistook for an Early Grey! This is my earliest ever record of this species and I typically record it from May to July with my earliest previous record on the 30th of April in 2014, so a month early give or take a few days.

Not content with those I also recorded year first specimens of Nut-tree Tussock and Dyseriocrania subpurpurella.

Catch Report – 01/04/17 – Back Garden – Stevenage – 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap – Clear/Cold – min 5c

Macro Moths

3x Common Quaker
1x Early Grey
1x Grey Shoulder-knot
6x Hebrew Character
1x Small Quaker

Micro Moths

3x Emmelina monodactlya

Catch Report – 03/04/17 – Back Garden – Stevenage – 1x 125w MV Robinson Trap – Clear to start with but cloudy by 6am – temp 9c

Macro Moths

1x Knot Grass [NFY]
1x Nut-tree Tussock [NFY]
1x Powdered Quaker [NFY]
1x Clouded Drab
13x Common Quaker
3x Double-striped Pug
1x Early Grey
1x Grey Shoulder-knot
9x Hebrew Character
1x Small Quaker

Micro Moths

1x Dyseriocrania subpurpurella [NFY]
3x Emmelina monodactlya

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