crinoline shop

A Crinoline shop. A crinoline is a stiffened petticoat or skirt-shaped structure designed to support the skirts of a woman's dress

Woman selling fish from a barrel, London, c. 1910 I'm glad we Evolved from that. That must've stunk bad!

woman selling fish from a barrel, London, 1910

Baby in a Victorian pram. Prams were first seen around 1850 and became very fashionable throughout the Victorian era. They were seen as a status symbol because they were costly.

The Domestic Servant Baby in a Victorian pram. Prams were first seen around 1850 and became very fashionable throughout the Victorian era. They were seen as a status symbol because they were costly.

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Spitalfields Nippers - photographs taken by Horace Warner in Spitalfields (London) at the turn of the and centuries.

Emmeline Pankhurst with her hair down being arrested in London 1914.

Suffragette arrest, London, 1914 "How to Interview a Woman Writer"

London Street Fiddler circ. 1880

London Street Fiddler ca.

Temple Bar, designed by Christopher Wren in 1672, once stood in the Strand as one of the gates to the City of London, but it was removed in 1877 and languished in Theobalds Park in Hertfordshire until it was brought back and installed at the entrance to Paternoster Square next to St Pauls Cathedral in 2004. In Search of Relics of Old London Spitalfields Life

Temple Bar, designed by Christopher Wren in once stood in the Strand as one of the gates to the City of London, but it was removed in 1877 and languished in Theobalds Park in Hertfordshire until it was brought back and installed at the entrance to P

The former bridgekeeper’s house on Tower Bridge, c. 1900

The Bridge Keepers House, Tower Bridge

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Bandit’s Roost by Jacob Riis, from “How the Other Half Lives.” Bandit’s Roost, at Mulberry Street (Mulberry Bend), was the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of all New York City. I love the hats!

Lodging (or 'Doss') House on Paternoster Row, London, c1900. Many of the poorest people had to sleep in such overcrowded common houses for about 6d per night. #history #places #london #victoriana #victorian #

I reference Paternoster in SIS. Lodging (or 'Doss') House on Paternoster Row, London, Many of the poorest people had to sleep in such overcrowded common houses for about per night.

Covent Garden Flower sellers, ca.1890

Street Life in London in 1877 - in pictures

Flower Women Victorian flower women selling bouquets at Covent Garden market. Original Publication: From 'Street Life In London' by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith - pub. 1877 (Photo by John Thomson/Hulton Archive/Getty Images).

Date : c.1850 The Orchestra Stand at Vauxhall Gardens in the centre of the grove. The organ seen immediately below the roof with the orchestra seats below it and the supper-boxes on the ground floor.

Date : The Orchestra Stand at Vauxhall Gardens in the centre of the grove. The organ seen immediately below the roof with the orchestra seats below it and the supper-boxes on the ground floor.

Covent Garden Flower Women    From 'Street Life in London', 1877, by John Thompson and Adolphe Smith

Flower Women Victorian flower women selling bouquets at Covent Garden market. Original Publication: From 'Street Life In London' by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith - pub. 1877 (Photo by John Thomson/Hulton Archive/Getty Images).

On the 1st February 1814, the last Thames Frost Fair began and lasted 4 days.

On the February the last Thames Frost Fair began and lasted 4 days.

Victorian Food Carts - neat! || Victorian History: A Fast Food Generation (via Victorian History blog)

Feed the History, literally: Victorian Food Carts - neat!

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