Charles Booth's Inquiry into the Life and Labour of the People in London, undertaken between 1886 and 1903, was one of several surveys of working class life carried out in the 19th century. Booth drew up a series of maps, on which streets were coloured to indicate their relative poverty, based on data noted down by members of the Police force.
Those addresses in these pages with a Booth entry are shown below, together with links to the maps and notebooks.
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