Poverty stricken East End girls: c.1900

Poverty stricken East End girls: c.1900
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 27cm x 22cm

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Two poverty stricken East End girls standing on a public bench, one of the girls is only wearing one shoe. Circa 1900. Offering food and shelter to homeless children was thought by some to encourage idleness and begging. On the 17th of November 1888, a piece in the Daily Telegraph urged that ''any assistance should be directed, not to casual help, but to permanent elevation.''

Image Details

Date
 
1900 AD - 1910 AD
Image Number
 
003120

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