A photograph of a woman standing reading a book in front of a row of bookshelves, taken by Photographic Advertising Limited in 1950.
Employment roles portrayed in the work of Photographic Advertising were divided along gender lines. The model in this photograph could be a bookseller or librarian, both jobs being seen as suitable for women at the time.
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- visual and verbal communication
- National Media Museum, Bradford
- Permanent collection
- National Science and Media Museum
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