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J. A.Simon, gardener at Kew in the 1940's

J. A.Simon, gardener at Kew in the 1940's. © RBG KEW

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J. A. Simon, gardener at Kew in the 1940's, had been a farmer in Alderney, the Channel Islands, before fleeing the German occupation in World War II. His duties at Kew included cutting hay for the five Suffolk Punch horses used in the gardens.

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Media ID 10630918

Date: 5th February 2015

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Filename: 006838LA20120928T114027.jpg

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Keywords:  black and white  employees  gardener  history  j a simon  kew  mono  monochrome  people  portrait  rbg kew  royal botanic garden  staff


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