>"The term galley kitchen is also used to refer to the design of household kitchen wherein the units are fitted into a continuous array with no kitchen table, allowing maximum use of a restricted space, and work with the minimum of required movement between units.
The first mass-produced galley kitchen design was known as the Frankfurt kitchen, designed by Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky."
The Frankfurt Kitchen was a type of galley kitchen.
Or one of the pictures here: http://www.worldcat.org/title/weissenhof-houses-5-9-kitchen-...
Very low quality, but I suspect you won't find much better without a physical copy.