AMERICAN RED CROSS SERVICE CLUB, NORWICH: LIFE AT THE CLUB AT THE BISHOP'S PALACE, NORFOLK, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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A view of the storeroom of the American Red Cross Service Club in Norwich. It is housed in what was the dungeon of the Bishop's Palace. The storekeeper, S G Woods, seen here with his female assistant, served for over four years in France during the First World War. According to the original caption the Americans "have standard British rations, get through one hundred and twelve pounds local fruit a day, seven to eight hundred tins of milk a week, and four sacks of flour. All food is bought in Norwich".