SPRINGFIELD IN WARTIME: EVERYDAY LIFE IN AN ESSEX VILLAGE, AUGUST 1941
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Girl factory workers at work in the conservatory of a house which is now being used by Holder's factory to make 'exquisite feather and woollen ladies dressing articles'. According to the original caption, Holder's did good trade with the United States. The company had been bombed out of London, hence the usage of a house in Springfield.