Published at Wednesday, May 09th, 2018 - 15:06:45 PM. Corner Kitchen Cabinet. By Zdzislawa.
Excerpt from Some Information About Kitchen Lazy Susan Corner Cabinet :
While the use of the term most likely predated it, the first known use of the term was an advertisement in Vanity Fair in 1917. The ad referred to its price of $8.50 as "an impossibly low wage for a good servant". It went on to call "Lazy Susan" "the cleverest waitress in the world".
Conventionally, the invention of the kitchen lazy susan corner cabinet traced to the 1700s. Though proof of the claim is difficult to establish, most people claim that the Lazy Susan was invented by Thomas Jefferson. In Jefferson's time, however, the device went by the name "dumbwaiter". Nowadays, "dumbwaiter" refers to a kind of manually-operated service elevator. Some speculate that the name originated from the use of the word "Susan" to refer to maids and other female servants in the early 1800s. The kitchen lazy susan corner cabinet was a supposedly a replacement for lazy servants. Another theory is that the device was actually named after a particular servant by that name.
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