Irma H Gross and Elizabeth Walbert Crandall, Management for Modern Families, Second Edition, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1963
STRETCHING IS FATIGUING
General principles of effective management of large kitchen and laundry equipment are given in the Research section above. Similar principles related to storage areas are:
1) Storage of apparatus and supplies at the place of first use.
2) Duplication of inexpensive materials and equipment needed in more than one place.
3) Placing of all materials and equipment used in a single type of process in general area in which the process is to be carried on.
4) Storage of items so they are easy to see, easy to reach, and easy to grasp, e.g., place only identical items behind others.