MOBILE CLUB: THE WORK OF THE YWCA MOBILE CLUB VAN IN BRITAIN, 1943
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Women of the ATS crowd round the YWCA mobile club on its visit to their lonely anti-aircraft site, to buy cosmetics, tissues, sewing kits and notepaper. YWCA club organiser Kathleen Makower can just be seen behind the counter, as she attends to them. A sign on the side of the club van states that it has come to Britain courtesy of the British War Relief Society of America.
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