A SUBSTITUTE FOR QUININE: THE PRODUCTION OF MEPACRINE AT A FACTORY NEAR LEICESTER, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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A worker at a factory near Leicester fixes strips of cellophane to a machine. These strips will be used in the packing of Mepacrine tablets. The pills are produced at a factory near London and are sent to Leicester to be packed into cellophane strips, ready to send overseas. The worker is wearing a mask over her nose and mouth.