|Place||Oceania: Australia, New South Wales|
|Physical description||Cotton drill, Metal|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales|
|Date made||c 1941-1945|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Working overalls : New South Wales Women's Fire Auxiliary
Women's navy blue cotton drill overalls with long sleeves and stand and fall collar. The overalls fasten down the front, from neck to waist, with three plain blued steel buttons, and from waist to hip level with three more buttons in a concealed fly front placket. Two similar buttons fasten the cuffs. There is a patch pocket with a triple pointed flap on each breast. The buttonholes are edged with red cotton, and there are red cotton reinforcement bars on the pockets, bottom of front opening and at the top of each cuff opening. There is a blue embroidered manufacturer's label 'GLAMOURALLS REGD' sewn to the inside neck, which is further marked in ink 'Av[erage]'.
The Women's Fire Auxiliary (New South Wales) was formed in 1941 as part of the war effort during the Second World War. It was disbanded in late 1945.