Prisoners of the Sewing Machine


Susan Boyd worked as a dressmaker for Mrs Leach, who owned a dress stall in the local market and ran a squalid workhouse in a slum house, where several other homeless children worked and lived like slaves. Susan pretended to be on Mrs Leach’s side, so she could try and help the others.


  • Art: Claude Berridge


  • Prisoners of the Sewing Machine – Mandy: #498 (31 July 1976) – #511 (30 October 1976)

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