In the centre two ladies sowing fabric. In front piles of fabric. In the background windows and clock on the wall. On the reverse 'By courtesy Messrs A V Roe & Co, Ladies sewing the cloth for the wings of the Avro aeroplanes, they would be later covered by dope which sealed the cloth and made it taught. In cellar of Brownsfield Mill circa 1912'.
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