San Francisco: Fielder, Sorensen & Davis, Transit Advertising, January 1, 1944. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about 24p., upright pamphlet in 8x4 inch staplebound wraps, cover red on yellow cardstock; each page has three "hints" in a clearly laid-out frame printed black on white over a grey background. Clean and sound with scarcely any sign of age or handling.
A compilation of public service ads originally mounted in streetcars ("car cards") giving homemaker's advice on cup rings (involves vaseline), grease spots (apply lard before laundering), brown and powdered sugars to be stored in the fridge, secrets of salt and soap and dry mustard and blueing and vinegar and lemon juice and clothes starch; kitchen supplies less common today than in the 40s.