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.
RMD5873E–One of the spinners in Whitnel Cotton Mfg. Co. N.C. She was 51 inches high. Had been in mill 1 year. Some at night. Runs 4 sides, 48 cents a day. When asked how old, she hesitated, then said 'I don't remember.' Then confidentially, 'I'm not old enough to work, but I do just the same.' Out of 50 employees, ten children about her size. . Location: Whitnel, North Carolina. Circa 1908
RMM7D48R–Group of spinners in Elk Cotton Mills. Youngest girl hardly knew her name. Youngest boy runs two sides at ten cents each a day. LOC nclc.01899
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.
RMM7G0KD–Young spinners in Elk Cotton Mills. Youngest girl hardly knew her name. Youngest boy runs two sides at ten cents each a day. LOC nclc.01897
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
RM2C88XED–Original Victorian Carte de Visite (CDV) of attractive young cotton spinner girl, holding a weaver's shuttle, Standishgate, Wigan, Lancashire, England, U.K. circa 1894
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
RM2BHDXJ2–Early 1900's photograph of Lancashire cotton spinner, standing next to a spinning mule in a cotton mill, wearing clogs, Radcliffe, Lancashire, U.K. circa 1915
RM2BHDXHT–Early 1900's photograph of Lancashire cotton spinner, standing next to a spinning mule in a cotton mill, wearing clogs, Radcliffe, Lancashire, U.K. circa 1917
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
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.
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.
RM2GXGKHX–Original WW1 era postcard of factory worker's, most of them women. They are wearing heavy-duty overalls, their supervisors are posing for the group staff photograph with them. Possibly these are employees of nearby Listers Mill which was the largest silk manufacturer in the world. Location: Girlington, Bradford. West Yorkshire, England, U.K. circa 1915, 1916
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.
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
RM2J99BTN–Original and clear WW1 era group outdoors portrait of textile mill girls at Clays Mill. They are either mill operators wearing their Sunday best or office staff. Many different blouses and skirt fashions of the period. Three of the girls are wearing badges, possibly the company's 'on war service' ones. The girls are working in manufacturing - possibly woollens or cotton textiles. Clay's Mill, Halifax, Yorkshire, England, U.K. circa 1915 ,1916
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