British civilian worked as barmaid and in munitions factories, 1913-1919. Waitress at American Officer's Club, London, from 1918
REEL 1 Aspects of family and educational background. Recollections of life, 1913-1919: entering domestic service; duties; working in pub; dealing with customers; relationship with employers; outbreak of war 1914; fiance's First World War service; work at American Officers Club towards end of war; relations with American officers.
REEL 2 Continues: reasons for starting munitions work, 1917; duties; husband's attitude towards her work; description of Rawlins munitions factory; dangers of work; working hours; move to Burt Eskere and Dennell factory; working conditions; pay; air raids; attitude towards Germans living in area; leaving munitions job; impact of First World War on her life.