Donnelly, Michael. Description of grandparents’ tenement in Glasgow [c. 1920s-1930s?] (4:05 min.):
“Miss Toward’s Tenement House.” Description of a Glasgow tenement occupied by Miss Agnes Toward from 1911 until 1965, and preserved today as a museum. https://www.scotiana.com/miss-towards-tenement-house-2/.
Video’s about Miss Toward’s tenement house:
(1) by Rich Steves (2:24 min.):
(2) Another video about Miss Toward’s tenement flat (National Trust for Scotland, 4:48 min.):
More images of Miss Toward’s tenement flat:
“The House on Trubnaya” (Russian, silent film, 1928: watch 2:00-5:00 min. for morning chores in the apartment house)
My aunty’s one-room flat in Mumbai, where she has lived for 55 years (2012). 10:56 min.
Moore, The Prehistory of Home, Chapter 6 (“Apartment Living”), pp. 93-115
Bryson, At Home, Chapters 13 (“The Plum Room”) and 14 (“The Stairs”), pp. 406-453
Ruth Schwartz Cowan, More Work for Mother, pp. 108-119 [https://huntersocfamilies.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/ruth-schwartz-cowan-more-work-for-mother.pdf]
New York City Tenement Museum tour, with Annie Polland. 14:17 min. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bymB7tip1KM (In this week’s discussion questions, please include one question about this video.)