In the dock: Winnie Parson

April 3, 1998

(Photograph) - In the dock: Winnie Parson, in the clothes she wore when she worked as a welder during world war two, with Jean Hicks, a third-year student at Plymouth University, who staged an exhibition on the work of women in and around Devonport Dockyard before the 1960s.

Photograph by MIKE BENSON

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