Among the most riveting characters is Bessie Coleman, a sharecropper's daughter who worked as a laundress
to pay for her own flying lessons, later becoming a performance flier and the first African American--man or woman--to become an airplane pilot.
In the beginning, she was a young laundress
working in "Le Mouton Bleu", a renowned Paris whorehouse.
for The Laundress
, a luxury fabric care and specialty detergent company.
This company locates, investigates and procures nanny's, governess, new born care specialists, house-keepers, cooks and laundress
both for full / part-time employment, both live in /out and temporary childcare needs.
In which 2007 film did John Travolta play the drag role of reclusive laundress
Death can snatch people away without warning--for example, a leopard stealing into a hut leaving a faceless victim, a croc seizing a laundress
off the riverbank, or an elephant using its powerful knuckle to smash the ribs of a hapless person lost in the forest.
A small sampling of the staff needed for this kind of estate includes an estate manager (mandatory) at $100,000, at least three housekeepers ($117,000), a laundress
($42,000), a head chef ($85,000), a cook ($55,000), five or more full time security personnel for the gatehouse ($350,000), and a whole lot more.
It certainly beats the Homemaker and Laundress
badges I was made to do.
When Papa dies, however, they are almost destitute, depending upon Maman's meager earnings as a laundress
Women like Roberta Jones, a widowed laundress
, acted as a loan intermediary for Pope's operation, guaranteeing loans for friends and neighbours.
His mother was a laundress
who refused to go on welfare because she did not want the government raising her children.
Christina worked as a cook and laundress
while her husband dreamed of better times in the local bars.