Twenty Lessons in Domestic Science | How to clean off the dough
A while back a post was made inquiring for the best way to clean dough off of the bowls and utensils.
My father-in-law is in town for a visit and brought with him many family heirlooms, photos and such—one of which is a book copyrighted in 1916 entitled "Twenty Lessons in Domestic Science" by Marian Cole Fisher.
Lesson No. 20, Dish Washing
"Dishes with egg or dough adhering to them should be put to soak in cold water."