WOOLMORE STREET RESTAURANT: EATING OUT IN WARTIME LONDON, 1942
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Women at work preparing vegetables in the kitchen of the British Restaurant at Woolmore Street. Left to right they are: Mrs F Malyon (aged 59), Mrs C Pude (aged 64, a cigar worker in peacetime), Mrs Florence Skinner, Mrs Davison (once demonstrated cleaning materials), Mrs J Harrop (ran a corn chandler and grocer's store), Doris Prigge (previously in the catering trade), Miss Barkwith, Miss Violet Hancock and Mrs Turley. Another woman can be seen in the background.