THE WAR AND MISS CRASKE: AT HOME IN LONDON AND AT WORK AT QUEEN'S COLLEGE, TAUNTON, 1943
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Miss Pauline Craske (right) speaks to an assistant at her local employment exchange as she applies for a temporary war job during the school holidays. She is told to report the next morning at a nearby engineering works for a job as a van driver. Various posters on the walls in the background urge civilians to support the work of the navy.