A PICTURE OF A SOUTHERN TOWN: LIFE IN WARTIME READING, BERKSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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Lecturer, Miss Hole, (crouching, left foreground), gives a lesson on roses to a group of horticulture students in the sunshine at Reading University. The original caption explains that for the last five years, the space used to grow luxury crops such as roses was given over to the growing of food crops, sold under contract as directed by the Ministry of Food.