Frances GABe

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Frances GABe is an American people artist and inventor perhaps most well known for designing and building the Self-Cleaning House in Newberg, Oregon.

Born in 1915 as Frances Grace Arnholtz on a ranch near Boise, Idaho, she was a self-proclaimed "unusual" person. It wasn't until after her divorce from Herbert Grant Bateson that she changed her surname to GABe. The actual ... more »

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  • ''Men decided a few centuries ago that any job they found repulsive was women's work.''
    Frances Gabe, U.S. scientist. As quoted in Feminine Ingenuity, ch. 15, by Anne L. MacDonald (1992). Said in 1983.
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