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Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889
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Section 14 of the original Descriptive map of London Poverty, 1889, compiled and hand coloured by Charles Booth and assistants. The section covers the area between Albert Street in the North West; Regent's Canal in the North East; Woburn Mews West in the South East and Buckingham Street in the South West. The districts covered are Euston and St Pancras.
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Artist/Photographer/Maker Charles Booth
Date 1899 AD - 1899 AD
Image Number 004875

Descriptive map of London Poverty: Section 14: 1889

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