RMR4BC24–WW1 era studio portrait of 3 girls, possibly Lancashire cotton mill workers wearing clogs and aprons with hook-like tool and scissors in their specially designed belts, circa 1915,1918, U.K.
RMHRP40A–NJ Night Shift Glass Works Boys, 1908
RM2A7H6NT–Vicente Cutanda Toraya (1850-1925). Pintor español. Epílogo, 1895. Museo de Bellas Artes. La Coruña. Galicia. España. (En depósito, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid) .
RMWPG04G–Early 1900's postcard of Wigan Mill girls - 'Lancashire lasses', in the Drawing Room, Wigan, Greater Manchester, U.K. circa 1910
RM2AR64KC–Original early 1900's postcard entitled 'a Lancashire Lass'. The young woman is wearing a shawl typical of female mill workers at this time. U.K., circa 1906
RM2A4KWXB–Early 1900's postcard of Knocker Up man, known as the Knocker upper, (before alarm clocks) in Accrington, Lancashire, England, U.K. posted September 1918. The Knocker Upper woke up the mill workers in mill towns.
RM2BT91K2–Early 1900's comic cartoon postcard of unhappy mill worker, Lancashire, England, U.K circa 1910
RM2AR64GM–Early 1900's comic postcard of mill worker wearing a fashionable 'hobble' skirt in one picture and poor work wear in another, making the most of her annual holiday or Wakes Week as it was known, before going back to the grim daily grind of the workplace Lancashire, England, U.K. Circa 1911.
RM2AR64GH–Early 1900's comic postcard of Lancashire cotton mill worker on holiday, the postcard urges the worker to make the most of her holiday annual holiday or Wakes Week, before going back to the grim daily grind of the workplace, UK. circa 1910.
RM2A4KWX7–Early 1900's postcard of pale unhealthy looking mill worker, printed on bottom is 'Lancashire Lass at her loom', circa 1910, Lancashire, England, U.K.
RMRK5BBB–Early 1900's postcard group of cotton mill worker women and girls, tools held in belt, clogs, posing for a photograph in the mill grounds, Radcliffe, Lancashire, England, U.K. circa 1915
RMW262EX–Early postcard printed at bottom is 'Wigan Mill girls,slubbing frames', with overseer / foreman standing beside slubbing frames - a machine used to straighten out the fibres in cotton prior to spinning 'Lancashire Lasses', circa 1910, Wigan, Greater Manchester, U.K.
RM2D27RT6–Edwardian greetings card Lassie from Lancashire, posted 4 March 1910, U.K.
RMR4AB3J–Original and rare Victorian Carte de Visite (CDV) 1800's studio portrait of group of 3 poor looking Lancashire cotton mill girl workers wearing clogs and dirty aprons from the studios of Albert Parker, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, U.K. circa 1870's
RMRR57CH–Early 1900's original postcard of bobbin winder girls and foreman, overseer or workman. Dried skeins of cotton from the rack are put on the swift of the winding machine that winds yarn from the skein onto bobbins, Circa 1915, Radcliffe, Lancashire, U.K.
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