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WOMEN PROJECTIONISTS during World War II. Seen here at the Granada Cinema, Harrow, London. Lit for the photograph by having the second projector arc lamp door open, one projectionist checks that the next reel her colleage has brought through, is the correct one. The helmets indicate that air bombing raids were current or expected WOMEN PROJECTIONISTS during World War II. Seen here at the Granada Cinema, Harrow, London. Lit for the photograph by having the second projector arc-lamp door open , one projectionist checks that the next reel her colleague has brought through, is the correct one. The

WOMEN PROJECTIONISTS during World War II. Seen here at the Granada Cinema, Harrow, London. Lit for the photograph by having the second projector arc lamp door open, one projectionist checks that the next reel her colleage has brought through, is the correct one. The helmets indicate that air bombing raids were current or expected WOMEN PROJECTIONISTS during World War II. Seen here at the Granada Cinema, Harrow, London. Lit for the photograph by having the second projector arc-lamp door open , one projectionist checks that the next reel her colleague has brought through, is the correct one. The Stock Photo
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RGR Collection / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

K3J6T0

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18.9 MB (1.1 MB Compressed download)

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Dimensions:

2125 x 3110 px | 18 x 26.3 cm | 7.1 x 10.4 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

23 February 2010

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This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

WOMEN PROJECTIONISTS during World War II. Seen here at the Granada Cinema, Harrow, London. Lit for the photograph by having the second projector arc lamp door open, one projectionist checks that the next reel her colleage has brought through, is the correct one. The helmets indicate that air bombing raids were current or expected WOMEN PROJECTIONISTS during World War II. Seen here at the Granada Cinema, Harrow, London. Lit for the photograph by having the second projector arc-lamp door open , one projectionist checks that the next reel her colleague has brought through, is the correct one. The helmets indicate that air bombing raids were current or expected. The projector shown is a Ross, model FC with a Ross type D arc lamp behind, made at the Ross factory at Clapham, London

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