Woollen shawl, made around 1880-1920, typical of the type worn by women and girls working in Lancashire's textile mills.
Women made up over half the Lancashire cotton industry’s workforce. On their way to and from the mill, most wore woollen shawls to keep warm.
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- Salford Museum & Art Gallery
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