Female employees pack smoked bacon at Marsh and Baxter, Dudley, 1961.
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40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 32cm

Female employees pack smoked bacon at Marsh and Baxter, Dudley, 1961.

Nurnberg, Walter

© NMeM / Walter Nurnberg / Science & Society Picture Library

Description

York ham was the smoked salmon of the meat trade and the Marsh Brothers firm were celebrated for producing high quality examples. However this was one of a range of pork and bacon products produced using traditional methods and acclaimed nationally. Marsh and Baxter had a factory in Dudley . Photographed by Walter Nurnberg who transformed industrial photography after WWII using film studio lighting techniques.
 

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