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'Navy Cuttings' was the name given to the staff magazine at John Player & Sons from 1945. It was later replaced with 'Player's Post', that took the format of a newspaper.

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As part of the No.6 coupon scheme stores were opened in London and Nottingham to showcase the items on offer.

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Photograph showing a factory floor production line of 'Gold Leaf' tobacco boxes. A male supervisor can be seen inspecting the women at work.

Irene Chadwick (née Christian) talks about her experiences being trained and working as a 'front girl' in the 1930s at John Player & Sons.

In an extract from an oral history interview, Irene Chadwick (née Christian) talks about how she came to work for John Player & Sons and what it was like beginning work in the 1930s.

An extract from an interview with Doreen Claxton. She shares her memoires of beginning work at John Player & Sons in the late 1960s and the work she did as Marketing Support Supervisor.

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A female worker is surrounded by picture cards which are being sent out to customers who are collecting sets. The reverse of the photograph identifies her as Joan Booth.

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Photograph showing Superkings and Embassy lorries outside the Horizon factory depot.

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Two men holding several ceremonial keys between them. Notes on the reverse of the photograph identify the men as John Maitland and Peter Hutchinson.

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Miss England on a tour of the factory. She is shown shaking hands with a female employee who was busy processing tobacco leaf.

In the summer of 1967, the then Miss England Jennifer Lewis was invited to take a tour of John Player & Sons No. 3…
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