WARTIME HAIR DRESSER: THE WORK OF STEINER'S SALON, GROSVENOR STREET, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Manicurist Celia at work on a customer at Steiner's salon in London's Grosvenor Street, although wartime restrictions mean that no nail varnish is used. According to the original caption, Celia "is a Belgian who escaped to Britain after the German invasion. She is married and has two children. For two years she has had no news of her husband, still in Occupied Europe".