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Reproduction of a newspaper article with the headline: “Goal: 600 bottles; result: 604”
Two smiling women are standing side by side. One is holding a notebook and the other a sheaf of lined paper. On a desk in front of them is a full bag from the store Bureau Buro plus.
A smiling man and woman are standing behind a table on which earrings and necklaces are displayed.
Five smiling women are standing at the end of a rectangular table that is completely covered with various school supplies such as duo-tangs, backpacks and pencils.
A smiling woman is standing behind a table on which coloured net and cloth bags for bulk foods are displayed.
A number of children and a few smiling adults are gathered in two rows in front of a white board in a classroom. Each of the children is holding a dream catcher.
A woman who is several months pregnant poses in her kitchen.
A black and white photo. Seated in the foreground is a woman wearing a white blouse with a measuring tape draped around her neck. Behind her are two womean with sewing machines in front of them. At the back, there are about twenty women standing.
A black and white photograph taken in front of a building, showing twenty-one women in four rows, each wearing a jacket or coat and a hat. The women in the first row are seated while the others are standing.
A smiling woman wearing a blue jacket poses in front of a white wall. The photo shows her head and chest.
Two women are standing on either side of a wooden loom. They are in the process of setting up the loom with white threads. Another loom can be seen in the background.
Five women sit behind a long table at the 2019 exhibition and sale, with some of their textile creations spread out in front of them. A small sign attached to the front of the table reads “Souris au travail” (“Mice at work”).
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