A model leans against a window sill as she shows off her mustard-coloured wool Spectator dress, costing 11 coupons.  She is also wearing a dark-coloured turban and holding a handbag with a large metal clasp.
Mrs Carter enjoys Sunday lunch with her evacuated children Michael and Angela during a day trip to their foster home in Hayward's Heath in 1940.
Peggy Franks and Pinkie Barnes enjoy tea in the garden as part of their 'holiday at home' in 1943.
Leading Aircraftwoman M Wishart, a meteorological clerk in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF), takes a weather reading from a thermohygrograph at RAF Pitreavie Castle, Scotland, December 1943.
A woman buys cakes from a patisserie counter of a large London department store in 1942.
At London's King's Cross station in London a serviceman kisses his wife goodbye as he heads for his unit in Scotland in 1944.
Maureen and Maurice Foley at Bideford harbour, North Devon in 1941 after their evacuation from London.
A view of a ship's keel in a slipway. A keel is the principal structural member of a ship, running lengthwise along the centre line from bow to stern, to which the frames are attached.
Service personnel and civilians queue for admission to the Empire and Ritz cinemas in London's Leicester Square, 1941.
Eric Muggeridge, Director of the 'Foster Parents Plan for War Children' leaves a Nursery in Hampstead, London during 1941.
This photograph shows a model wearing an outfit which illustrates the way in which old clothes can be re-worked and worn as new.  The model, seen here leaning on an ornate plinth, wears a black chiffon blouse made from an old dinner dress, a long black sk
Miss Patience Brand working for the Women's Voluntary Service running a mobile canteen in London during 1941.