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November 21, 2008

Did you know that you can search the archives of Life Magazine via Google? Take a look at what we used to consider a modern kitchen–the Kitchen of Tomorrow presented in Toledo Ohio in 1943.

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  A built-in utensil rack in a kitchen-of-tomorrow exhibit.

    A built-in utensil rack in a kitchen-of-tomorrow exhibit.

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  A view of built-in foot pedals to run the faucets.

    A view of built-in foot pedals to run the faucets.

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  A built-in waffle iron.

    A built-in waffle iron.

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  Mrs. Fritz Burns in her dream kitchen, using her built-in hydraulic dishwasher, in a Los Angeles house designed and built in 1946 in by her contractor husband, Bob Landry.

    Mrs. Fritz Burns in her dream kitchen, using her built-in hydraulic dishwasher, in a Los Angeles house designed and built in 1946 in by her contractor husband, Bob Landry.

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Life Magazine archive image "kitchen of tomorrow" utensil rack

A built-in utensil rack in a kitchen-of-tomorrow exhibit.

Life Magazine archive image "kitchen of tomorrow" pedal-controlled sink

A view of built-in foot pedals to run the faucets.

Life Magazine archive image "kitchen of tomorrow" waffle maker

A built-in waffle iron.

And one last one because it's so good:

Life Magazine archive image "kitchen of tomorrow" dream kitchen

Mrs. Fritz Burns in her dream kitchen, using her built-in hydraulic dishwasher, in a Los Angeles house designed and built in 1946 in by her contractor husband, Bob Landry.

House of Tomorrow Photos © Time Inc.and  Nina Leen via Google.

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