EAST HAM INFORMATION BUREAU: WAR WELFARE WORK IN LONDON, 1941
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A woman speaks to an information officer at the East Ham War Information and Enquiry Bureau, whilst two ARP workers and various other people wait their turn. According to the original caption, enquiries concerning first aid, repairs to houses and the removal of furniture can all be dealt with in this room. The information officer is holding receipts or other paperwork from Matthew's Bros, so it is possible that this lady's enquiry concerns furniture. The sign just visible at the back of the room indicates that people should go that way for respirator replacements.