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Dorothy Day is known for her work in social justice, and especially for her co-founding and longtime work with the Catholic Worker Movement. Earlier in my career I worked with the Richmond, Virgini. Social Work, Social Issues, René Girard, Quotes To Live By, Me Quotes, Famous Quotes, Daily Quotes, Woman Quotes, I Look To You

Dorothy Day and Nursing

Dorothy Day is known for her work in social justice, and especially for her co-founding and longtime work with the Catholic Worker Movement. Earlier in my career I worked with the Richmond, Virginia-based Freedom House, modeled after Day's houses of hospitality. Freedom House, like Day's original house of hospitality in the Lower East Side of…

Nick Hedges's photographs of Britain's slums show the OTHER side of the London History, British History, Tudor History, Asian History, History Photos, History Facts, Vintage Dior, Vintage Versace, Vintage Vogue

Slum Britain: Children playing in rags and families huddling in cellar

These pictures reveal the state of poverty endured by thousands of families as late as the 1970s in cities like London, Leeds, Newcastle, and Glasgow (pictured).

London’s Science Museum’s Making Life Worth Living photo exhibition captures the squalor of Britain’s slums Poverty Photography, Documentary Photography, Photography Props, Photography Degree, Photography Journal, Photography Equipment, Photography Business, Digital Photography, Newborn Photography

Make Life Worth Living: Nick Hedges' photographs for Shelter

Photographs taken by Nick Hedges for Shelter between 1968 and 1972 will be exhibited together for the first time at the Science Museum.

Children playing in an area of slums under clearance in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. The tenements which had formerly occupied the site were among the worst slums in Britain and there had been. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Aragon, Liverpool Home, Liverpool History, Liverpool England, Old London, London City

Hulton Archive On The Poverty Line Photos and Premium High Res Pictures

Browse Hulton|Archive On The Poverty Line latest photos. View images and find out more about Hulton|Archive On The Poverty Line at Getty Images.

January) Orphaned Child In London World War Two Attack. A photograph of a young boy sitting on the rubble of his home where his parents lie buried after a hit in London. Iconic Photos, Old Photos, Moving Photos, London Photos, World History, World War Ii, Le Blitz, Blitz London, Boy London

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These are the faces of the children of Victorian Britain who found their final resting place in unmarked graves. Today they are being remembered to mark the anniversary of the charity, Barnardo's. Vintage Children Photos, Vintage Photos, Lost Job, Innocent Child, Poor Children, Tudor History, Time Photo, Historical Pictures, Old Photos

The Barnardo's boys and girls condemned to unmarked graves

These are the faces of the children of Victorian Britain who found their final resting place in unmarked graves. Today they are being remembered to mark the 150th anniversary of the charity, Barnardo's.

Children playing in the slums. Photograph by Mark Kauffman. Glasgow, Scotland, September - still exactly the same when I took care of these children in the 'Salt of the earth' amazing children! Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Photoshop Design, Vintage Photography, Street Photography, Life Photography, Gorbals Glasgow, Foto Real

Days Gone By

Children playing in the slums. Photograph by Mark Kauffman. Glasgow, Scotland, September 1948.

Has The Milk Of Human Kindness Dried Up? Hope for Homeless. As Albert Einstein said, “The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.” Hundreds of homeless b… Baie De San Francisco, Homeless People, People Of The World, Street Photography, Photography Ideas, Flower Photography, People Photography, Landscape Photography, Travel Photography

Пътувах във влака. Влезе един скитник.

Пътувах във влака. Влезе един скитник. Подпухнал,целият в синини. На вид около тридесет годишен.Оглеждайки се наоколо, той започна да говори:

A master chimney sweep and his apprentice boy respectively Spazzacamino in Italy (end of the century). Old Pictures, Old Photos, Chimney Sweep, Clean Sweep, Mary Mary, Working With Children, Antique Photos, British History, Held

How Does Historical Context, And Insight, Give One A More Accurate, And Deeper Meaning?

The purpose of this Blog, Upper Biblical Studies For All, has been to provoke interest in seeking out the Historical Context behind the Scriptural articulations, thus developing a consideration of …

A girl and boy make kindling. Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Victorian London, Vintage London, Victorian Era, London History, British History, Fotografia Social

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

In 1901-2, Horace Warner took photos of East End street kids, who he called 'Spitalfields nippers'. Here's a selection of the rare ones that have survived to this day

Mary J Peacock, was born in 1890 and admitted in 1904 after suffering from a condition that restricted blood flow to her fingers and toes. She was taken to hospital in 1905 with pleurisy and pneumonia. She died in John Mills, Mary J, Work Looks, Historical Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Sailor, Boy Or Girl, Old Things

The Barnardo's boys and girls condemned to unmarked graves

These are the faces of the children of Victorian Britain who found their final resting place in unmarked graves. Today they are being remembered to mark the 150th anniversary of the charity, Barnardo's.

William F. Long, aged William and his brother were admitted in 1912 when their mother’s illness prevented her from looking after them when their father drowned on the Titanic. William was struck down with an unknown illness and died three years later World Photography, Historical Pictures, Short Cuts, Titanic, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Vintage Black, Boy Or Girl, Sick

The Barnardo's boys and girls condemned to unmarked graves

These are the faces of the children of Victorian Britain who found their final resting place in unmarked graves. Today they are being remembered to mark the 150th anniversary of the charity, Barnardo's.