Desk. Tuesday , January 16th , 2018 - 23:30:32 PM
There are 2 sections of a secretary desk. The bottom holds the legs and the drawers of the desk. The top is a hutch with a plank that could be lowered to write upon. Also in the hutch were pigeon holes where the important documents of the estate would be kept when not in use. After business hours, the estate owner would lock up the desk to keep out prying eyes.
Even after the office went from the environs of the home to the business centers and capitals, the secretary desks did not languish. They simply moved to the office outside of the home. It was not until the industrial revolution and the advent of electricity that the secretary desk declined in popularity and was assigned a role as a decoration as opposed to a work station.
The most common type of office was the home office and those with the means had an employee who would work from that office. These secretaries were nearly always male and they worked directly with their employer. The most common type of business was the running of their estates which would mean hours spent tallying incoming and outgoing finances. This made the secretary desk a vital tool for the job.
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