HOPSCOTCH INN: THE WORK OF THE SAVE THE CHILDREN FUND IN WARTIME LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Club Warden Kathleen Fox hands a cup of cocoa and a roll to George Megan (of 10 St Augustine's House, London, NW1) at the Save the Children club on Eversholt Street, Euston. George has a father and uncle in the Army. Also enjoying the refreshments are Carmel and Teresa (hidden by her George) Parascandalo (of 122 Eversholt Street) and another young boy on the right. The Parascandalo family has lived on Malta throughout the war.