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Tag Archives: working class
Here are a selection of recent acquisitions to York University’s Special Collections related to Industrial Britain and social reform movements.
Octavia Hill‘s Homes of the London Poor is a reprint of a series of articles originally published in the Fortnightly review and … Continue reading →
We recently acquired a bound volume of issues of the late Victorian periodical, The Working Man: A Weekly Record of Social Progress and Industry from 1886, featuring a wealth of detailed illustrations.
The call number for this item is 12449 and … Continue reading →