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The Center for Disease Control has recommended the use of cloth face masks to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
This face mask is made from 100% polyester and includes two ear loops with adjustable grommets for a comfortable fit.
The printed area of the mask is approximately 7" wide by 5" tall. This mask fits well on adult mens' faces without the grommets but, due to the adjustable grommets, can be worn snuggly by adult women, as well.
Please note - this is NOT a surgical grade mask. It is not intended for any medical or commercial uses, whatsoever. It is a simple, cloth mask designed for everyday use to cover your mouth when out in public. The mask should not be used in any medical or surgical setting.
We make no warranties that the mask prevents infections or the transmission of viruses or diseases.
Known as the First Lady of Engineering, Lillian Moller Gilbreth was one of the most fascinating women of her time. She met her husband -- Frank, a... more
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Known as the "First Lady of Engineering," Lillian Moller Gilbreth was one of the most fascinating women of her time. She met her husband -- Frank, a contracting engineer -- while working as a psychologist and teacher in New York City. Married in 1904, the Gilbreths worked together in scientific management, and were responsible for the first Time and Motion studies. Frank was the first to employ moving pictures in his studies, and he and Lillian later applied the same principles to operations to improve the surgical techniques of the era. Together, they also made motion studies of the handicapped and World War I amputees, consequently improving physical therapy techniques. The Gilbreths pleased employers by improving the efficiency of factories with time and motion studies. Unions were impressed as well, because the Gilbreths emphasized the well-being of the worker. Lillian combined psychology with efficiency engineering in the kitchen, and later applied her knowledge in designing the f...
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