This is the sequel to Poverty, Hardship but Happiness. Brightonian Albert Paul, left school at the tender age of fourteen and began work as a carpenter, rising from the position of apprentice to that of master craftsman. Albert remained in his job throughout his life, in an era when people usually continued to work for one employer throughout their working lives.
This second book vividly describes how he supported his family during his working life as a carpenter/joiner in Brighton from 1917 to 1968. His autobiography demonstrates his hard work and commitment throughout his career, which lasted fifty-one years.  This book was written in 1975, one year before the author died.

Out or print.