WOMEN CARPENTERS THEN AND NOW: WOMEN AT WORK IN ENGLAND, 1941
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Brenda Dench (top) and Stella Day smile for the camera as they look through an empty window frame standing on a workbench in the workshop in which they work, building wooden huts. Both women are carpenters: Brenda is holding a hammer and Stella a saw. According to the original caption both have fathers in the Royal Navy.