Gamber's study features a wealth of details about the generally unpleasant work that went into running a boardinghouse
, from shopping to cooking to caring for sick boarders, as well as the shifting cultural meaning of domestic labor.
In the last decade at the boardinghouse
, Grandma Kate operated a rescue mission for post-Depression homeless people commonly known as bums.
In the same boardinghouse
bedroom, 100 years later, Bailey and Michell get about a third of the way into a sexual encounter before they are disabled by cold floods of self-awareness--they sit up, scratching their heads and not looking at each other.
They did this in two primary ways: as keepers of boardinghouses
and as proprietors of small establishments such as tearooms.
Another form of lodging was the boardinghouse
occupied by single male Chinese labourers who worked in canneries or on the railroad in summer and returned to town when jobless in winter.
He is co-author of "Living on the Boott: Health and Well Being in a Boardinghouse
Population," World Archaeology (1989).
Holmes's intellect, wit, and humanity found a perfect medium of expression in the imagined conversations at a Boston boardinghouse
on subjects that intrigued him: trees, books, sports, poetry, painting, the human mind, etc.
They are conducted at a boardinghouse
breakfast table, and a variety of characters participate; the autocrat does not always get the best of it.
When Old Goriot first moves into her boardinghouse
, she considers him as a possible suitor, but after he fails to respond to her coy attentions she makes him an object of gossip and ridicule.
Joe Turner is set in a Pittsburgh boardinghouse
in 1911 and so is the earliest of the three plays so far completed in Wilson's projected decade-by-decade history of the black experience in America.
1979) is concerned with loneliness, failure, love, and death in an English boardinghouse
O'Quinn has bridged the gap between the core retailers like Huntington Surf & Sport, ZJ's Boardinghouse
and Sun Diego to high-end retailers like Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom's and world-famous trendsetting specialty boutiques like Lisa Kline and Fred Segal.
The formerly dilapidated two-story brick building has a colourful history as a boardinghouse
, a tattoo parlour and, if legend is to be believed, a brothel.
Day, who said he is a friend of several residents of the home, said it is used as a boardinghouse
IN Sacramento, California, police find a body buried in the lawn of 60-year-old boardinghouse
landlady Dorothea Puente.