Love at the Endings. In the immediate aftermath of WWII, thousands of young women from around the globe responded to a call from Britain to help staff the new National Health Service. Among them was my mother and her two sisters. My mother trained at Mile End in London, a district in the East End that was was still badly cratered from the Blitz.
Affordable Open Edition Prints*. Designed to fit within a 10″ x 12″ standard frame available in most multiple DIY stores. They’re mounted in a SIGNED antique white bevelled window mount with a backing board and gallery-wrapped in a protective plastic envelope and shipped in a sturdy envelope.
*Open Edition means they’re not limited and are not numbered/titled, etc.