Imperial War Museum (Great Britain). Women at Work Collection from the Imperial War Museum.

Imperial War Museum (Great Britain). WOMEN AT WORK COLLECTION FROM THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM.

Brighton, Sussex: Harvester Microforms, 1984
91 reel(s)

This extensive documentary record including diaries, correspondence, reports, press clippings, leaflets, pamphlets, and photographs depicts the role of women primarily in Britain during the first World War (1914-1918). Topics include women's employment, women's involvement in benevolent organizations and overseas service, and women's education. Also included are local records from English cities, towns, and counties.

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The Women at work collection from the Imperial War Museum, Lambeth, London

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