THE WOMEN BEHIND THE WOMEN: EVERYDAY LIFE IN A NORTHERN HOME, ENGLAND, c 1942
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Mrs Annie Fairless ties a ribbon in her niece Agnes Wilkinson's hair before school, whilst her two nieces and nephew and her five-year-old son Billy tie their shoelaces, play with the family's pet rabbit and read a comic in front of the range at their home on Glebe Farm, Front Street in Trimdon Village, County Durham. Left to right, the children are: Billy Fairless, Hannah Wilkinson (aged 13), Margaret Wilkinson (sitting on the floor, aged 5), Tom Wilkinson (aged 12) and six-year-old Agnes Wilkinson.