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Columbia Market, London 1869 Featured Bethnal Green Print

Columbia Market, London 1869

Columbia Market, Bethnal Green, east London, built by Angela Burdett-Coutts as a covered food market. It opened in 1869, and adjoined a set of model dwellings for working class families also built by Miss Coutts. (Later the site of Columbia Road Flower Market.) Date: 1869

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Bethnal-Green Employment & Relief Association 1868 Bethnal-Green Employment & Featured Bethnal Green Print

Bethnal-Green Employment & Relief Association 1868 Bethnal-Green Employment &

Labour-yard of the Bethnal-Green Employment and Relief Association, in East London. The stagnation of trade which followed on the commercial crisis of 1866, deprived many thousands of the industrious poor of their ordinary means of livelihood. The effort was originated by Angela Burdett-Coutts, grand-daughter of banker Thomas Coutts, daughter of Sir Francis Burdett, richest heiress in Europe, whoses munificent charties in the east of London were well known. Date: 1868

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Bubblepunk

Wives as pickets in East End no rent strike. What is stated to be the largest Featured Bethnal Green Print

Wives as pickets in East End no rent strike. What is stated to be the largest

Wives as pickets in East End no rent strike.
What is stated to be the largest rent strike ever known in the East End of London, has been declared by over 240 families at Quinn Square Buildings, Russia Lane, Bethnal Green. Wives have been picketing the estate office, while men and women watched the gates of the buildings to make sure no one played the race.
The tenants decided that unless rent for decontrolled tenants was altered to range from 5s to 15s and controlled tenants paid only their correct controlled rent, all money due to the landlord should be withheld.
Photo shows, a protest meeting of tenants outside Quinn Square Buildings, Russia Lane.
3 August 1938

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