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Poles In Scotland : Stock Photo
Polish couple Teresa and Edmund Klimek finishing the chores after a bridge party. She is a dressmaker, he an engineer in a Clydeside shipyard. Both are now very much settled in Scotland among a thriving Polish community.

Poles In Scotland

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Polish couple Teresa and Edmund Klimek finishing the chores after a bridge party. She is a dressmaker, he an engineer in a Clydeside shipyard. Both are now very much settled in Scotland among a thriving Polish community.
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HM1398-001
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Bert Hardy
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Hulton Archive
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280 x 201 px (3.89 x 2.79 in) - 72 dpi - 18.4 KB
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