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  • Between maid [r]: Female junior servant in a large household with many staff, whose position is largely defunct in the 20th century. [e]
  • Butler [r]: Manages all affairs of a household and servicing of principals and guests, providing the service themselves and/or hiring and supervising outside contractors, vendors, housekeeping staff, chef, chauffeur, valet, or personal assistant or secretary. [e]
  • Cutting garden [r]: Garden bed planted with herbs, annuals, and other flowers that bloom continuously or repeatedly, providing a supply of cut flowers for the home. [e]
  • Film [r]: A visual medium involving the recording and display of images in motion over time, generally by photographic means. [e]
  • Footman [r]: Man employed as a servant to wait at table, attend the door, and run various errands and chores, usually in a palace. [e]
  • Gilded Age [r]: the post-Civil War era in American history, from 1865 to 1901, which saw unprecedented economic, industrial, and population expansion. [e]
  • Hall boy [r]: Lowest ranked male servant on the staff of a great house, who was often a young boy, with his name derived from the main venue of his job, the Servants' Hall. [e]
  • Household [r]: The organization of persons living together in a residence. A single family household includes only related family members of one family and any resident household employees and retainers, like live-in cooks, housekeepers, au pairs, etc. The U.S. census also tabulates households of unrelated individuals (often termed "roommates"). [e]
  • House [r]: Please do not use this term in your topic list, because there is no single article for it. Please substitute a more precise term. See House (disambiguation) for a list of available, more precise, topics. Please add a new usage if needed.
  • John Emms [r]: (1844 - 1912) English artist who became famous for equine and canine paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy. [e]
  • Lady [r]: Originally a term restricted to a woman of superior social position, by the beginning of the 20th Century the word “lady” was used habitually as a courteous reference to every respectable woman. [e]
  • Mansion (disambiguation) [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Scullery maid [r]: Lowest-ranked and often the youngest of the female servants, who acted as assistant to a kitchen maid, and reported to the cook or chef. [e]
  • Silver (household) [r]: Comprises dishware, cutlery and other household items made of sterling silver, usually bought in sets or combined to form sets. In households with means, "the silver" may be a large collection comprising many different sets. [e]
  • Silver tea service [r]: A usually costly or opulent tea set made of silver; also a less expensive version coated in silverplate. [e]
  • Tea party [r]: Please do not use this term in your topic list, because there is no single article for it. Please substitute a more precise term. See Tea party (disambiguation) for a list of available, more precise, topics. Please add a new usage if needed.
  • White House [r]: The official residence and offices of the President of the United States; also used to describe Presidential level activity [e]