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Tate, H. D. & Klostermeyer, E. C. (1943). Cockroach control (University of Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 72)
Cockroaches are among the most annoying and objectionable of household pests. They are a menace to sanitation, and their filthy habits result in the destruction and pollution of food. Not only may they become numerous in homes, but also in restaurants, hotels, grocery stores, dairies and other places where food is prepared or stored. Since they are active mostly at night, large numbers may develop in a building before they are known to exist.