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Milk delivery boy on his daily roundsin London in the 1950's

Milk delivery boy on his daily rounds. Frederick Wilfred photographs of London life

London 1946  There were very many houses in London in  ruins by the chaos of war. Many adoptable dogs and cats lived. Here, then, the first Lady of animal "Animal Ambulance" in the world was founded.

The National Air Raid Precautions Animal Committee carry a dog injured during an air raid into an animal hospital - England, 1940

A milkman and his cart in Bethnal Green, 1952

Nigel Henderson April 1917 - 15 May A man collecting empty milk bottles by hand-cart, Bethnal Green, East London, c.

Martha Scott playground attendant at Regent's Park London mending a young boy's…

Martha Scott playground attendant at Regent's Park London mending a young boy's trousers, August 1939

The Women's Land Army (WLA): A group of happy Land Army girls in the back of an OHMS truck, Devon, England.

Women On The Home Front 1939 1945 The Women's Land Army A group of happy Land Army girls in the back of an OHMS truck Devon England circa 1942

Article: The joy of a 1950s childhood (Daily Express)

The joy of a 1950s childhood

I was a 'Milk Monitor' until The government stopped the free school milk scheme.This led to Maggie Thatcher's first nickname pre Prime Minister: 'Thatcher, The Milk Snatcher!

Pints please … delivering milk with a cart and urn in London in the early 20th century. Photograph: Popperfoto

Maid in England

Milkman (London, early century) Remember mother getting our milk from the churn late early

Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London (19 June 1906) Sambourne photo

London photographer Edward Linley Sambourne, the Bill Cunningham of his day, captured everyday street style around the turn of the century. He took these photographs on the streets of Kensington, near his home in 18 Stafford Terrace, now a museum.

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