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by FIONNUALA CARRAGHER
In the library archive of the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum there is a presentation album addressed to
Mr William Wilson, Esq., the manager of the Whitewell Hygienic Laundry and Dyeing and Cleaning works.1
This formal, handwritten album, presented by the employees of the laundry to Mr Wilson, lists the names of 180 laundry workers; both men and women workers alongside many young employees.