LANDGIRL'S DAY: EVERYDAY LIFE AND AGRICULTURE IN WEST SUSSEX, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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29 year old Land Girl Rosalind Cox stands on the back of a truck and uses a 9 inch hook to pass hay bales down from the truck to the waiting hands of a farm hand below. The bales, according to the original caption, weigh 80 pounds. The bales are pulled down the plank of wood acting as a ramp, and are stacked by the farmhand. They are working on Mr Tupper's farm, Bignor, West Sussex.