RM2AMYE2X–Edwardian photograph of group of young girls and boys with older men, possibly overseers,dressed in work clothes - clogs, shawls. These are probably mill workers as a girl has a belt with scissors in them seen in other mill worker photos possibly Lancashire, England, U.K., circa 1910
RM2D27RT6–Edwardian greetings card Lassie from Lancashire, posted 4 March 1910, U.K.
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
RM2A96KX4–Early 1900's postcard of a man working in a cotton mill at the dressing frame - Lancashire, England, U.K. circa 1909.
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.
RM2GY4KE8–Original Edwardian era postcard entitled 'Pulling Back Quick Lad to Save a Fine' indicative of the poor working conditions of this time - low wages, unhealthy damp and dusty workplaces, punishments and fines - . Photograph of a young man operating a weaving machine at a cotton mill, Nelson, Pendle, Lancashire, U.K. circa 1905.
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.
RM2M5AJ0E–Original Edwardian era postcard of young female workers in a busy large weaving shed in front of their looms. The girl at the front appears to be of teenage years and is wearing clogs and holding a weaver's shuttle. Published by The Schofield Photographic Series circa 1906, probably Lancashire, England, U.K.
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