SELF-SUPPORTING VILLAGE: LIFE IN HOVINGHAM, YORKSHIRE, OCTOBER 1942
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Women of Hovingham stick labels on jars of jam at the village jam centre. All the jam is made from surplus fruit which has been grown locally. Left to right, the women are: Miss Emily Sawdon, Mrs Johnson (wife of gardener Herbert Johnson), Mrs Hackett (wife of the butler at Hovingham Hall), Mrs Bell and 80 year old Mrs Ivy Sawdon.
Women of Hovingham in Yorkshire stick labels on jars of jam at the village jam centre, October 1942.