SEVEN PAIRS OF TINY BOOTS: AMERICAN AID TO BRITISH CHILDREN, ENGLAND, 1941
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Four children try on the new shoes they have been sent by Mrs Abernathy, from Seattle, a member of the English Speaking Union. The children are sitting on a low bench amidst rubble and debris. From left to right they are: Kenneth Agas, Patricia Violet Wright, Roy Keeble and Doreen Nicholls, who wears a sunhat.