Lowerhouse Mile - 'Laundry'
Laundry in the 1800's was typically completed in cramped scullery's or dark tenement courtyards. The tools needed were soap, a metal tub, a washboard (for rubbing the clothes), a dolly (looks like a broom handle with a stool on the end for agitating the clothes), a mangle (a set of rollers which the clothes were fed between to squeeze out water) and a fire/range to heat the water.
complete washing tasks for their family.
the water out of the laundry.
washed in a small tub in the living room.
washing, if the weather was fine.
inside the house, space permitting.
often tasked with laundry duties.