Women Gardeners (drinking tea) 1939

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Women Gardeners (drinking tea), RBG Kew,1939. A tea break was only instigated at Kew after Minnie Hill made a personal appeal to the director, Sir Arthur Hill, and just ten minutes each afternoon was allowed. L-R Else jensen, Margaret Lancaster, Betty Cooper, unidentified, Jean Sharps, Frances Sharps.

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Media ID 10630236

Date: 4th February 2015

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