Young Girl Child Labor Workers Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Young Girl Child Labor Workers Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Young Girl Child Labor Workers Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo Young Girl Child Labor Workers Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo Here is a historic collectible

Assembly of Paupers at the ragged school, Angel Meadows, Manchester

provided free, basic education for the children who were in poor families in the It was funded by charitable donations. Teachers were local volunteers. They used makeshift locations, railway arches, stable or lofts.

The Spitalfields Nippers show the East End before the welfare state. Many Nippers worked to support their families, touting for odd jobs at the nearby child labour market

Spitafields Nippers - photographs taken by Horace Warner in Spitalfields at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Hungry: A woman and her child look up from the kitchen of a council-owned property in a slum in Balsall Heath, Birmingham in November 1969. Above them a makeshift washing line is tied to the exposed water pipes attached to the peeling, damp-ridden walls in the dank room

Can you believe how we used to live just 40 years ago?

Real life Oliver Twists, 19th Century England

A bunch of smiling workers of a bustling, industrious nation. A tiny federal government, no EPA, no FDA, and no unions allowed people to work as hard as they wanted. Truly a free market paradise.

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“Maryhill back-court, Glasgow, RT if you, like me, are still a midgie-raker.

Raymond Depardon's photo series captured everyday life in some of the city's most deprived neighbourhoods amid the grind of Thatcher's Britain.

The Slums of 1980s Glasgow Through the Lens of a French Photographer

The images were taken over four years by photographer Nick Hedges on behalf of charity Shelter - and now an appeal has been issued to trace the children in the pictures

25 pictures that show brutal reality of poverty in 1960s and 1970s Manchester and Salford

Nick Hedges' photos of the shocking living conditions families faced in parts of Manchester and Salford will feature in an exhibition to mark Shelter's anniversary

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