(best viewed large) Children dressed in... merchant carnival / Advertising costumes
Wooway has informed me...girl on left is from a "general store" middle child represents a tin smith
and one on the right represents a "cloth Merchant"
The small girl in the center wears a hat with a coal miner lamp and holds a coal bucket and fireplace shovel. The crowned girl on the left has a dress adorned with lemons, limes other long fruit strands and clothespins as well and holds a broom and has a box…
Women Ordnance Workers. Warm, appetizing, and substantial lunches served the explosive-area workers in bomb shelters. Only 38 cents. Left to right: Mrs. Delia Evans, Mrs. Alva Lou Snow, Mrs. Margaret Kitchins. (1943)