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Reta Tutin and Nora Sharpley have no Monday morning blues as they leave Snow Street Wash

Reta Tutin and Nora Sharpley have no Monday morning blues as they leave Snow Street Wash


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Reta Tutin and Nora Sharpley have no Monday morning blues as they leave Snow Street Wash

Reta Tutin and Nora Sharpley have no Monday morning blues as they leave Snow Street Wash House with their cleaned washing. 16th November 1970

Media ID 21876695

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Basket Carrying Chores Clothes Housewife Housewives Laundry Wash Washing 1970


Reta Tutin and Nora Sharpley - Embracing the Joy of a Fresh Start

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In this black-and-white photograph taken on November 16th, 1970, we witness Reta Tutin and Nora Sharpley defying the Monday morning blues as they leave Snow Street Wash House with their freshly cleaned laundry. The image encapsulates the essence of a bygone era when women took pride in their domestic duties. With baskets gracefully balanced on their hips, Reta and Nora exude an air of contentment that transcends the mundane nature of household chores. Their smiles radiate genuine satisfaction, reflecting the fulfillment derived from completing these daily tasks with diligence and care. The scene captures not only two housewives but also glimpses into a time when communal wash houses were vital social hubs for women to gather, share stories, and forge lasting friendships. These spaces provided respite from isolation while transforming monotonous routines into moments of connection. As we peer into this snapshot frozen in time, it serves as a reminder that even seemingly ordinary activities can hold immense value. It invites us to appreciate the simplicity found within everyday rituals – folding crisp linens or inhaling the scent of sun-dried clothes – all contributing to our sense of belonging and purpose. J Hunter's lens has immortalized these remarkable women who embraced their roles as caretakers while finding joy amidst life's demands. This print is not just an artifact; it is an ode to resilience, camaraderie

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