Women in wartime : Waitresses, St. Ermin's Hotel, Westminster

Women in wartime

<p style='text-align: justify;'> Two women dressed in waitressing uniform, stand holding trays. The trays both have silver teapots, milk jug, and cup and saucer on them. The women stand in front of some stairs and a balcony with plants on it. St. Ermin's Hotel is a Grade II-listed Victorian building , built as a mansion block between 1887 and 1889 to designs by E.T. Hall. By 1899 in had been converted into a hotel by designer J.P. Briggs. It is named after a 15th century chapel dedicated to St. Ermin, which was on this site previously. </p>

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