A model stands on a Bloomsbury rooftop, holding on to wire railings as she leans slightly backwards, to show off her pale blue and black wool Atrima dress, costing 11 coupons.
Looking down the causeway between two slipways. The vast size of the shipyards is emphasised by the stocks and cranes dominating the image.
A group of forty children (originally from Blackfriars and Gravesend) return from a walk with their teacher, Miss Betty Hall (originally from Haslemere in Surrey) to Dartington Hall, Devon, where they are billeted under the Ministry of Health evacuation s
Hilda Chillingworth (left) looks at hats in a shop during her lunch brea in London during 1942.
New recruit to the Women's Land Army, Iris Joyce, learns to drive the horse-drawn hay rake as part of her training at the Northampton Institute of Agriculture near Moulton in 1942.
George Metcalfe on duty as a fire watcher at a factory in Upper Norwood, South London, 1944.
Barrage balloons near Biggin Hill in Kent, part of the defences on the south-eastern approaches to London to combat V-1 flying bombs, 1944.
The sandbagged structure used to protect the statue of Eros in Piccadilly Circus in London, 1939.
Shipbuilding: Four shipyard workers eating their sandwich lunch in the dockyard.
A family sleeping in Liverpool Street Underground Station during an air raid in November 1940.
A female shop assistant in Selfridge's displays a white raincoat for use in the blackout, 1940.
Dredge corn, a mixture of oats and barley used for stock feeding, being harvested at Ralph Hoare's farm at Staverton in Devon, September 1942.