Two models pose for the camera on a staircase at the fashion house of designer Norman Hartnell.  At the top of the stairs, the model wears a black velvet dinner gown studded in blue and gold.  In the foreground, the model wears a dinner suit with the jack
A female tram driver and conductor of the Glasgow Corporation in 1918.
A striking portrait of a smiling female miller, her face covered in flour, as she looks out through an open window at a large mill, somewhere in Britain.
A member of the Women's Land Army milks a cow at the WLA training centre at Cannington, Somerset in 1940.
Outside the War Damage Information and Enquiry Bureau based in East Ham Town Hall, 1941.
A group of ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) clerks in the storeroom of the Trinidad Base Command, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1945.
British Land Army girls and members of the Women's Royal Air Force (WAAF) dance with men of the US Eighth Army Air Force in Suffolk during 1943.
A member of the Women's Land Army (WLA) stacking hay on a farm during the Second World War.
Although certain design details were forbidden as they were a waste of valuable raw materials, wartime
Two members of the Women's Royal Naval Service checking the cockpit equipment in a Vought-Sikorsky Chesapeake aircraft at Royal Naval Air Station Stretton in Lancashire, 4 March 1943.
Three members of the Women's Land Army employed on an English farm during the First World War.
Women munitions workers operating copper turning machines at Royal Shell Factory No.3, part of the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, May 1918.