Charles Booth's Map of Poverty
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Charles Booth's Descriptive Map of London Poverty, 1889, with introduction by Dr David Reeder. Booth documented London's social structure in his maps, which were issued in 1889-91. He used a system of colour coding to identify the inhabitants of each street, ranging from the richest to the poor and criminal.
Contains four map sheets in full colour, plus two sheets of introduction.
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