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Workers at Platts Munitions Factory, Oldham during the 1914-18 war. Written on reverse : Back row : (Left to right) Esther Conroy, Hannah Draycott, Mary Stonson, Sarah Wroe, Mr. R. Robinson, (Departmental Manager) Joe Harrison, (Charge-hand) Jack Dronsfield, Jim Clegg, J. J. Condron, (Night Foreman) L. Stott, Harriet Chadwick, Mary Connor and Martha Isaacs. (Leaves two persons unaccounted for). Second row : (Left to right) Lily Bowman, E. Bromley, L. Thompson, A. Taylor, M. E. Kerkham, Tom Wooley (Tool Fitter and Charge-hand) A. Hamer, J. W. Shaw (Under Foreman Turning Department) M. E. Knott, Fred Dunkerley (Under Foreman) M. Taylor, Fred Smallwood, Edith Haughton,Elsie Dawson, E. Todd, D. Wrigley, Alice Smallwood. Third row : (Left to right) M. Bacon, A Bardsley, C. Craig, M. Greenhalgh, M. Lindley, Front : (Left to right) Miss Parkey, Mrs. Gartside (Her husband had a Chemists Shop at Waterhead) (Bookeepers) E. Batley, C. Holden, M. Hitcroft, E. Wild. The boy is Robert Butterworth, a Check-lad. Elsie Howcroft was absent sick on the day the photograph was taken.
Workers at Platts Munitions Factory, Oldham during the 1914-18 war. Written on reverse : Back row : (Left to right) Esther Conroy, Hannah Draycott, Mary Stonson, Sarah Wroe, Mr. R. Robinson, (Departmental Manager) Joe Harrison, (Charge-hand) Jack Dronsfield, Jim Clegg, J. J. Condron, (Night Foreman) L. Stott, Harriet Chadwick, Mary Connor and Martha Isaacs. (Leaves two persons unaccounted for). Second row : (Left to right) Lily Bowman, E. Bromley, L. Thompson, A. Taylor, M. E. Kerkham, Tom Wooley (Tool Fitter and Charge-hand) A. Hamer, J. W. Shaw (Under Foreman Turning Department) M. E. Knott, Fred Dunkerley (Under Foreman) M. Taylor, Fred Smallwood, Edith Haughton,Elsie Dawson, E. Todd, D. Wrigley, Alice Smallwood. Third row : (Left to right) M. Bacon, A Bardsley, C. Craig, M. Greenhalgh, M. Lindley, Front : (Left to right) Miss Parkey, Mrs. Gartside (Her husband had a Chemists Shop at Waterhead) (Bookeepers) E. Batley, C. Holden, M. Hitcroft, E. Wild. The boy is Robert Butterworth, a Check-lad. Elsie Howcroft was absent sick on the day the photograph was taken.
1914-1918
Archives
Negative Sheet Number 1/Q32/17
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Workers at Platts Munitions Factory, Oldham during the 1914-18 war. Written on reverse : Back row : (Left to right) Esther Conroy, Hannah Draycott, Mary Stonson, Sarah Wroe, Mr. R. Robinson, (Departmental Manager) Joe Harrison, (Charge-hand) Jack Dronsfield, Jim Clegg, J. J. Condron, (Night Foreman) L. Stott, Harriet Chadwick, Mary Connor and Martha Isaacs. (Leaves two persons unaccounted for). Second row : (Left to right) Lily Bowman, E. Bromley, L. Thompson, A. Taylor, M. E. Kerkham, Tom Wooley (Tool Fitter and Charge-hand) A. Hamer, J. W. Shaw (Under Foreman Turning Department) M. E. Knott, Fred Dunkerley (Under Foreman) M. Taylor, Fred Smallwood, Edith Haughton,Elsie Dawson, E. Todd, D. Wrigley, Alice Smallwood. Third row : (Left to right) M. Bacon, A Bardsley, C. Craig, M. Greenhalgh, M. Lindley, Front : (Left to right) Miss Parkey, Mrs. Gartside (Her husband had a Chemists Shop at Waterhead) (Bookeepers) E. Batley, C. Holden, M. Hitcroft, E. Wild. The boy is Robert Butterworth, a Check-lad. Elsie Howcroft was absent sick on the day the photograph was taken.
Date of work:
1914-1918
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/1574/9
Level of description:
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7510019
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