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Welsh women in industrial communities c.1800-1920

A collection of images depicting Welsh women in industrial communities between c.1800 and c.1920.

There are 16 items in this collection

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Postcard of 'Colliery Girls at Work'

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Postcard of Pit Bank women at work

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Postcard of Douglas Bank colliery girls

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dairy school, Newcastle Emlyn

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Tywyn enamel works group

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Workers at Sarn Mellteyrn factory

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Morass workers, Aberffro

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On St David's day 1927, 52 miners at...

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Photograph of haymaking

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Dairy shop Rhondda 1914

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Colliers Arms Swansea 1890s

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Women working in the Land Army in 1917

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Tinplate Workers, Swansea, 1900

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Dowlais ironworks - girls

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Ocean Deep Colliery, Treharris, 1915

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Photo showing women working in Sandycroft...

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