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 How much did a vacuum cleaner cost in the early 1900's?

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What was the vacuum cleaner like in the early 1900s?

the refrigerater is a device which enables us to preserve the food and keep it fresh until we take it out
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Who was the inventor of the vacuum cleaner in the 1900s?

They will probably be good (and at their best) for maybe 3 or 4 days if kept wrapped up tightly or in an air-tight container.
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How much did a vacuum cleaner cost in 1860?

The vacuum cleaners were less than $22.00 in the 1860. Now they are like $200.00. $22.00 back then was so much more than it was before!
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How much did a vacuum cleaner cost in the 1970's?

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