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Choose from 598 pictures in our Slum collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Church Lane near St. Martin's in the Fields London, 1828 (lithograph) Featured Print

Church Lane near St. Martin's in the Fields London, 1828 (lithograph)

XJF863001 Church Lane near St. Martin's in the Fields London, 1828 (lithograph) by Scharf, George the Elder (1788-1860); Private Collection; (add.info.: Church Lane was a narrow passageway running from the Strand to Chandos Street, characteristic of the area around Scharfa€™s first home in London. The slum tenements they contained were so notorious they were known as a€˜The Bermudasa€™. Church Lane was demolished as part of Nash's Strand improvements. ); German, out of copyright

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The Very Latest Craze; or, Overdoing it, 1883 (engraving) Featured Print

The Very Latest Craze; or, Overdoing it, 1883 (engraving)

XJF3037905 The Very Latest Craze; or, Overdoing it, 1883 (engraving) by Du Maurier, George (1834-96); Private Collection; (add.info.: 'Lord Archibald is going to take us to a dear little slum he's found near the Minories - such a fearful place! Fourteen poor Things sleeping in One Bed, and no Window! - And the Mackintoshes are to keep out infection, you know, and hide one's Diamonds, and all that!'
Punch 22nd December 1883); English, out of copyright

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Pete Trombetta, aged 10, picking berries for a 6th season with his sister Mary, 11 Featured Print

Pete Trombetta, aged 10, picking berries for a 6th season with his sister Mary, 11

XOS1273801 Pete Trombetta, aged 10, picking berries for a 6th season with his sister Mary, 11, who picks 100 quarts a day, and brother Salvatore Trombetta, aged 14, who picks 200 quarts at Johnson's Farm, Seaford, Delaware, 1910 (b/w photo) by Hine, Lewis Wickes (1874-1940); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lewis Hine was an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee who documented from 1908-1912 the working conditions and exploitation of children in all types of industries.
Research comment 'These children start picking at about 5:30 A.M. and continue until 6 P.M. in the evening. The padrone estimated that the family of 6 can make from to 2 per day picking 12 to 13 hours.' ); American, out of copyright

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