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Letter to the EditorNo, sir ... I did not take that watch.
by: Aaron S. Lee
© October 2002
You see, long before cable television, microwave ovens and electric-powered automobiles ... people lived simpler lives filled with even simpler conveniences. One of those simpler conveniences was the icebox.
Similar to the modern refrigerators that most of us are familiar with, iceboxes were not electric refrigeration units, but standard metal boxes that used blocks of frozen water to keep the appliance cold, thus preserving perishable food during a time when no meal was taken for granted.
These blocks of ice would be replaced almost daily with pieces weighing 25, 37 or 50 pounds depending on what the customer could afford. A 37-pound block of ice w....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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