PART-TIME WOMEN WAR WORKERS, BRISTOL, 1942
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Mrs Sylvia Wood, of Filton Avenue, serves tea to a female worker at an aircraft factory in Bristol, where she works part-time. According to the original caption, Mrs Wood's two children eat their dinner at school, and she says: "I'd rather be out doing something to help the war, than at home doing nothing".