Victorian London - Publications - Social Investigation/Journalism - Street Life in London - by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith, 1877  

Each chapter contains text and a photograph:-


London NomadesLondon Nomades

London Cabmen

Covent Garden Flower Women

Recruiting Sergeants at Westminster

Street Floods in LambethStreet Advertising

Public Disinfectors

Street Doctors

Street Advertising

Clapham Common Industries

"Caney" the ClownThe Temperance Sweep

Dealer in Fancy Ware

The Temperance Sweep

The Dramatic Shoe-Black

"Tickets" the Card-Dealer

The old clothes of St. Giles

A convicts' homeThe 'Wall-worker'

The Wall Worker

Covent Garden Labourers

Halfpenny ices

Black Jack

The Cheap Fish of St. Giles's

Cast-Iron BillyWorkers on the 'Silent Highway'

Workers on the "Silent Highway"

The Street Fruit Trade

The London Boardmen

The Water Cart

"Mush-fakers" and Ginger-Beer Makers"Hookey Alf" of Whitechapel

November effigies

"Hookey Alf" of Whitechapel

The "Crawlers"

Italian Street Musicians

The Street LocksmithThe Independent Shoe-black

The Seller of Shell-fish

Flying Dustmen

Old Furniture

The Independent Shoe-black