Rose Donaldson

Rose Donaldson

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Photographs from second world war period which illustrate a book of letters from the home front by Frances Donaldson. Many of the agriculture related
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Cover of the book of Frances Donaldson's War Letters - A Woman's War

Cover of the book of Frances Donaldson's War Letters - A Woman's War

FRances Donaldson riding her daughter's pony on her farm in Warwickshire in WW2.

FRances Donaldson riding her daughter's pony on her farm in Warwickshire in WW2.

Land girl writing up the milk records each day on Gypsy Hall Farm inWarwickshire, home of Frances Donaldson

Land girl writing up the milk records each day on Gypsy Hall Farm inWarwickshire, home of Frances Donaldson

Marjorie Shenton who came as a land girl from Birmingham to Gypsy Hall Farm in 1942. WW2

Marjorie Shenton who came as a land girl from Birmingham to Gypsy Hall Farm in 1942. WW2

Landgirls hoeing potatoes in WWII at Gypsy Hall Farm, home of Frances Donaldson of A Woman's War (@WomansWar1)

Landgirls hoeing potatoes in WWII at Gypsy Hall Farm, home of Frances Donaldson of A Woman's War (@WomansWar1)

The best way to get around in wartime in a country village was by pony and trap. Going to school from Gypsy Hall farm in Warwickshire.

The best way to get around in wartime in a country village was by pony and trap. Going to school from Gypsy Hall farm in Warwickshire.

Playing in the hay with dogs. A perfect childhood on a farm in WWII

Playing in the hay with dogs. A perfect childhood on a farm in WWII

Picture of Rose Donaldson aged 8, drawn in 1946 by Denis Healey at Gypsy Hall Farm

Picture of Rose Donaldson aged 8, drawn in 1946 by Denis Healey at Gypsy Hall Farm

Cover of book A Woman's War - the accountof Frances Donaldson's work on the Home Froont in World War 2

Cover of book A Woman's War - the accountof Frances Donaldson's work on the Home Froont in World War 2

Frances Donaldson with her favourite sheepdog, Meg, in 1943.

Frances Donaldson with her favourite sheepdog, Meg, in 1943.