A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A WARTIME HOUSEWIFE: EVERYDAY LIFE IN LONDON, ENGLAND, 1941
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- D 2380
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- Undefined: Official photograph
- object category: Photography
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A striking portrait of Mrs Day and her cat 'Little One'. 'Little One' is wearing a NARPAC collar. According to the original Ministry of Information caption, the National Air Raid Precautions for Animals Committee was "an animal lover's voluntary wartime organisation that ensures that, should he stray in blitz or black-out, he will be returned safely to his owner".
Mrs Day and her cat 'Little One' in London during 1941. 'Little One' is wearing a National Air Raid Precautions for Animals Committee collar to help ensure the cat is returned to his owner should he stray during the blitz or black-out.
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