SIXTEEN YEAR OLDS REGISTER: TEENAGERS RECEIVE THEIR ADULT ID CARDS AT THE LABOUR EXCHANGE, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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16 year old Margaret Neal, a dressmaker's assistant, registers at the Islington Labour Exchange for her adult Identity Card. According to the original caption, Margaret "does not take evening classes, neither does she belong to a Youth Organisation, and so will be interviewed later by the Youth Authorities". Behind her can be seen many recruitment posters.