Definition of Kitchen help
1. Noun. Help hired to work in the kitchen.
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Literary usage of Kitchen help
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1. Biennial Report by Washington (State). Bureau of Labor (1906)
"Lumbermen, 4; cooks, 2; kitchen help, 2; housemen, 7; laborers, 66; carpenter, 1; teamsters, 2; solicitors, 15; sailor, 1; total for month, 110. FEBRUARY. ..."
2. Manual by American Railway Engineering Association (1921)
"Separate Waiters from kitchen help. The waiters can often be kept separate from the kitchen help by the tables. The food should ordinarily move directly ..."
3. Annual Report by New Jersey Civil Service Commission (1908)
"... the general kitchen help; blacksmith's helper; the cooks; the assistant cooks; the food man; the carver; the men in charge of vegetable room; ..."
4. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"... week and tips (board) Chambermaids 25. oo to 45. oo per month and tips (board) Pantry giris 15.00t0 18.00 per week and board kitchen help 9.00 to 16.00 ..."
5. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Illinois Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"... Pantry giris 15.00t0 18.00 per week and board kitchen help 9.00 to 16.00 per week and board Allowing an average of 35 cents per meal for three meals, ..."
6. Child Welfare in North Carolina by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.), Wiley Hampton Swift (1918)
"One girl of 14 worked part-time as kitchen help and part-time as waitress, ... Boys of 14 and 15 were found employed as kitchen help in many of the cafes. ..."