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  • Daniel Aragó

    The London Street Photography exhibition opens from 18 February to 4 September 2011 and will display images from a variety of photographers and decades including this early 20th century image of London Bridge.

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London ca.1910. Great historical time period, wish I could time travel to this exact place

Portraits of new arrivals were used as a marker of a child's progress in the Society. Case studies of some children appeared in the newsletter 'Our Waifs and Strays' describing how they had been transformed from a 'potential street loafer' into a productive member of society. These studies were often illustrated with 'before and after' photographs, contrasting their ragged past with their new-found respectability.

British Suffragette selling the Votes for Women, London, 1910. We women must always be thankful to the women who went before us. They were the trail blazers.

A Muffin Man, c.1910, London~ Victorian/Edwardian households had many fresh foods delivered; muffins would be delivered door-to-door by a muffin man.The "muffin" in question was the bread product known in the U.S.A. as English muffins,not the much sweeter cupcake-shaped American variety."Have you seen the muffin man, the muffin man.Have you seen the muffin man who lives down Drury Lane." "The Muffin Man" is a traditional nursery rhyme & children's song.Drury Lane is a thoroughfare in Westminster

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