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Marmalade factory, Oxford CC66_00389

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Filename: CC66_00389.jpg

Size: 4898 x 3765 (6.1MB)

Date: 17th July 2007

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Archive

Source: 876064

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Marmalade factory, Oxford CC66_00389

Male and female workers at Coopers Marmalade Factory, Oxford, Oxfordshire. Henry Taunt 1902

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Edwardian Factory People Work


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> Historic Images > Famed Photographers > Henry Taunt Collection (1860-1922)

> Historic Images > Historic Images 1920s to 1940s

> Industry > Manufacturing

> Towns and Cities > Oxford

> The way we were > Women's History

> The way we were > Work


EDITORS COMMENTS
This evocative photograph, titled "Marmalade Factory, Oxford - Male and Female Workers" by Henry Taunt, captures a moment in time from the early 1900s at Coopers Marmalade Factory in Oxford, Oxfordshire. The image transports us back to the Edwardian era, a period of significant social and industrial change in Britain. The photograph showcases a bustling factory scene, with workers engrossed in their tasks, producing the beloved preserve that would become a staple in British households. The male workers, dressed in overalls and aprons, are seen operating machinery, while the women, donning long skirts and blouses, are busy at tables, carefully cutting and preparing the oranges for processing. The atmosphere is a mix of industry and community, as the workers collaborate to create the tangy, sweet spread. The large windows allow natural light to flood the room, providing a glimpse into the working conditions of the time. The wooden beams and brick walls of the factory add to the sense of history and tradition. The photograph offers a unique insight into the lives of the working population during this period. It highlights the role of factories in the industrial revolution and the important contribution of both men and women in the workforce. The image also underscores the significance of food production and the importance of local industries in shaping communities. Henry Taunt's photograph is a testament to the rich history of Oxfordshire and the fascinating stories that lie within its borders. It invites us to reflect on the past, appreciate the progress made, and cherish the traditions that continue to define the region.

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