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Product images of A group of women receive a lesson in boot repairing
Product details A group of women receive a lesson in boot repairing
A group of women receive a lesson in boot repairing
A group of women receive a lesson in boot repairing, World War I, c1914-c1918. A cobbler showing women how to repair boots at Scaynes Hill Women's Insititute, Sussex. Cobbling was traditionally regarded as an occupation only for men, but was efficiently taken over by women during the war.
- Image ref: 2378090
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images