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1'Granny Whitworth' [Anna Maria Whitworth?] knitting for soldiers in 1915 with her indoor staff and daughter in law., Burrowlee House, Burrowlee Roadu12492

'Granny Whitworth' [Anna Maria Whitworth?] knitting for soldiers in 1915 with her indoor staff and daughter in law., Burrowlee House, Burrowlee Road

2Advertisement for The West End Clothier's Co. Ltd., tailors and outfitters, No. 41 High Streety15078

Advertisement for The West End Clothier's Co. Ltd., tailors and outfitters, No. 41 High Street

3Munition Workers' Recreation Huty15120

Munition Workers' Recreation Hut

4Men of the Flying Corps in Sheffieldy15121

Men of the Flying Corps in Sheffield

5Workers at a Sheffield Military Hospitaly15122

Workers at a Sheffield Military Hospital

6Wharncliffe War Hospital, (former South Yorkshire Asylum also referred to as Wadsley Asylum later Middlewood Hospital) later Middlewood Hospital, main entranceu12556

Wharncliffe War Hospital, (former South Yorkshire Asylum also referred to as Wadsley Asylum later Middlewood Hospital) later Middlewood Hospital, main entrance

7Dining room, possibly Base Hospital (3rd Northern General Hospital) for wounded soldiers, Collegiate Crescentu12552

Dining room, possibly Base Hospital (3rd Northern General Hospital) for wounded soldiers, Collegiate Crescent

8Frederick Thomas Hemming (1897 - 1973) (right) and his brother Algernon Hemming (standing)u12571

Frederick Thomas Hemming (1897 - 1973) (right) and his brother Algernon Hemming (standing)

9Base Hospital (3rd Northern General Hospital) for wounded soldiers, Collegiate Crescentu12553

Base Hospital (3rd Northern General Hospital) for wounded soldiers, Collegiate Crescent

10Reg Glenn (later served in the Sheffield City Battalion in World War One) with his sister (aged one)s29733

Reg Glenn (later served in the Sheffield City Battalion in World War One) with his sister (aged one)

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