With the Vigilance Comittee in the East End: 1888
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 29cm x 22cm

With the Vigilance Comittee in the East End: 1888

Illustrated London News

© Museum of London

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'With the Vigilance Comittee in the East End' is a page extracted from the Illustrated London News, published on October the 13th 1888, during Jack the Ripper's reign of terror. The page is illustrated with two black & white images, one is captioned, 'Homeless' and the other, 'A suspicious character'. The 'vigilance committee' was formed to work with the poice in patroling the streets at night.
 

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Date

1888 AD - 1888 AD
 

Image Number

005106
 

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