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Photographs of London street life by Scottish photographer John Thomson. Thomson was one of the first westerners to take photographs of the Far East. Upon his return to England in 1872, a number of his photographs of London street life were published in the magazine “Street Life in London” between 1876 and 1877.

Photographs of London street life by Scottish photographer John Thomson. Thomson was one of the first westerners to take photographs of the Far East. Upon his return to England in 1872, a number of his photographs of London street life were published in the magazine “Street Life in London” between 1876 and 1877.

These west African women are shopping for fruit and vegetables in a Brixton market stall

A look back into the Londonas the sixties began to swing

These west African women are shopping for fruit and vegetables in a Brixton market stall

Chuka and Dubem, the Islington Twins, 1979. Janette Beckman

Janette Beckman on What It Was Like to Photograph the Punk Scene

London. Notting Hill Carnival. 1975. I was at Notting Hill Carnival in 2000. Love this pic!

London. Notting Hill Carnival. 1975. I was at Notting Hill Carnival in 2000. Love this pic!

Al Vandenberg, 'High Street Kensington' from the series 'On a Good Day'

Staying Power: Photographs of Black British Experience 1950s-1990s, V&A, review: ''beautiful and arresting"

Anti-racism protesters gather to block route of National Front demonstration | New Cross Road, SE14 | Paul Trevor | 1977

Anti-racism protesters gather to block route of National Front demonstration | New Cross Road, SE14 | Paul Trevor | 1977

A popular trend for men around 1910 was the transition into more comfortable suits which featured high collars and bold stripes.

A popular trend for men around 1910 was the transition into more comfortable suits which featured high collars and bold stripes.

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