NURSERY FOR WORKING MOTHERS: THE WORK OF FLINT GREEN ROAD NURSERY, BIRMINGHAM, 1942
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With the babies asleep, a nurse at the Flint Green Road Nursery prepares the large baby gas masks, getting them ready for use in case of a gas attack. She is laying the respirators out on low cots or beds, which are set out alongside a row of coat hooks in a room with a large window.