THE NATIONAL SAVINGS SCHEME AT WORK IN CANTERBURY, ENGLAND, 1941
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An art teacher and student at Sydney Cooper School of Art, St Peter's Street, Canterbury, put the finishing touches to a display which has been designed for a new 'Savings Shop' window on the High Street. The display is a drum which rotates slowly to show photographs of weapons and other images of the war effort. Behind them, the words 'Save More', which form part of another display, can be seen.