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MontessoriSoul: Beautiful paper craft Christmas tree with added stars where children write their Christmas wishes... See how to make it with simple pictorial guide.

MontessoriSoul: Beautiful paper craft Christmas tree with added stars where children write their Christmas wishes. See how to make it with simple pictorial guide.

3rd September 1964: Amar Singh, a sikh who works for London Underground, has been allowed to pin his badge to a turban after a protest against having to wear the standard uniform hat. Hulton Archive / Getty

September Amar Singh, a sikh who worked for London Underground, has been allowed to pin his badge to a turban after a protest against having to wear the standard uniform hat.

Overstocked with a large supply of men’s spring and winter coats, a clothier in Copenhagen, Denmark, adopted a unique sales scheme. He erected a scaffolding around his store building and completely covered it from roof to sidewalk with more than a thousand overcoats. The novel display attracted prospective customers in such droves that police were summoned. Although the police ordered the proprietor to remove the display, he succeeded in selling all the overcoats. (date unknown)

Date unknown Overstocked with a large supply of men’s spring and winter coats, a clothier in Copenhagen, Denmark, adopted a unique sales scheme. He erected a scaffolding around his store building and completely covered it from roof to sidewalk with.

Horace Warner. Edwardian, London

Spitafields Nippers, Horace Warner -East London early This could just as easily been Dublin or so many other places the poor survived.

Man with his daughter and kitten in London's East End (1972), Whitechapel, London

Ian Berry - Man with his daughter and kitten, Whitechapel, London, England…

19th century Russian kerchief seller. Click for more 19th century Russian portraits of ordinary people

What Was the Russian Type? - Photographs of common Russian people created by several photographers in the century