The photo is dated 1920. Quality isn't brilliant, but we need the uniform information for the family tree. The lady would have been 22 in 1920. Birthplace was London. Nationality: British. Traveled extensively later so we thought she may have been in the forces. Settled in Australia.
The writing at the bottom is sending the photo from Grace (lady in photo) with best wishes to her sister Lizzie. 1920. Full name is GRACE HALL. Do not confuse with famous American woman pilot.
Photo taken in the Daniels Studio, 38 Tachbrook Street, Westminster.
Probably too early, 1920, for a lady pilot in the UK but likely to be for a motorcycle.
For the visually impaired or thing like search engines, I am going to try to describe what we visually see:
- black and white photo, which has been identified by the querent as from the 1920 time frame
- it is a portrait of a young lady, appearing to be late teens or early twenties in age, with short, dark, curly hair falling a few inches above the neckline in a 'bob' cut
- the picture has been cropped to show the person from the upper abdomen/lower chest and up, at a slight left angle
- the person is wearing what appears to be a wool overcoat, of a style reminiscent of English military (flight or motorcycle corps), collar is fur-lined, coat appears to button up in the female, or right hand over left fashion
- person is wearing a brimmed hat, which appears to match the style worn by members of the British WAAF forces
- the cap has an RFC, or Royal Flying Corp badge sewn to the peak
- around the cap, the person has what appears to be a WWI-style fur-lined aviator's goggles
- the person is wearing a white, or very light colored button-down shirt, with a black, or dark-colored tie, and a tie-tack, holding the collar closed under the tie's knot
- finally, there is something in the over-coat's outer left breast pocket, but it is too blurry to make out any details