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Charles Booth’s Poverty Maps of London
« on: 4 January 2017, 09:12:19 »
Charles Booth’s Poverty Maps and images from The Women’s Library (of LSE) are now available on Flickr at full size and without any restrictions on re-use.

"The images are taken from our collection of Charles Booth’s inquiry into poverty, industry and religious influences in London that ran from 1886 – 1903, and from The Women’s Library collection. All of these images were reviewed and deemed to be out of copyright. We have therefore decided to release them into the Flickr Commons so that anyone can download the best versions we have and use them in their projects, whatever they may be." is a Society for One-Place Studies project supported by Grassroots Giving from Skipton Building Society
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