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Paul Sandby, 1731-1809, British, My Pretty Little Ginny Tarters for a Ha'penny a Stick or a Penny a Stick, or a Stick to Beat Your Wives or Dust Your Clothes, ca. 1759, Watercolor, pen and gray ink , black chalk and graphite on medium, cream, slightly textured, wove paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Paul Sandby, British, My Pretty Little Ginny Tarters for a Ha'penny a Stick or a Penny a Stick, or a Stick to Beat Your Wives or .

Henry Walton ‘A Girl Buying a Ballad’, exhibited 1778. Tate Museum, Accession #T07594.

Artist Henry Walton Title A Girl Buying a Ballad Date exhibited 1778 Collection Tate

Gilded Age women and children spectators ~ "New York City - Holiday exhibition of dolls in a Window at Macy's, Fourteenth Street and Sixth Avenue, For Benefit of the Infant Asylum. "  ~ c.1876. Granger image ~~ {cwl}

New York: Macys, 1876

Gilded Age women and children spectators ~ "New York City - Holiday exhibition of dolls in a Window at Macy's, Fourteenth Street and Sixth Avenue, For Benefit of the Infant Asylum.

Young boy's at work. The Workhouse in St Pancras, London: Middlesex

Young boy's at work. The Workhouse in St Pancras, London: Middlesex. my grandfather was sent to TS Elliot at Gosport.

Public Disinfectors [Street Life in London] 1877

"Street Life in London" by John Thomson Public Disinfectors - “They receive sixpence an hour for disinfecting houses and removing contaminated clothing and furniture, and these are such busy times that they often work twelve hours a day.

Children watching a Punch and Judy show on a London street in 1936 © The Print Collector

Children watching a Punch and Judy show on a London street in 1936 © The Print Collector B/W Print Colourised by Pearse.

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