Women workers of the Standard Overalls Company
Women workers of the Standard Overalls Company work in an assembly line sewing large red circles on jackets and red stripes on the pants of the uniforms to be worn by prisoners in Canadian internment camps. Caption on the back of the photograph reads: UNIFORMS FOR CANADA'S 'GUESTS' - MONTREAL - MARCH 1943. Prisoners of war held in several places in Canada are provided with comfortable clothing, including jackets, pants, summer and winter garments, shoes, gloves and all the personal equipment which they need. Picture taken in a Montreal factory whows (sic) a girl worker sewing large red circle on jacket. Material of jacket is blue denim.