BWRS CHRISTMAS GIFTS DISTRIBUTED TO LONDON'S EAST ENDERS: AMERICAN AID TO THE CANNING TOWN SETTLEMENT, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, DECEMBER 1944
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Miss Constance Holland, the warden of Canning Town settlement, (centre) helps Norma Terry and Doreen Jones (left) to choose a gift from the pile of American toys on the table in front of them. The room is decorated with paper streamers and a member of the Women's Voluntary Service (WVS) can be seen between Doreen and Norma. The girls are both from Plaistow.