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Reference Name LCL256

Small children sweeping in Gadsby's Court, a row of small brick cottages along a paved passageway off between 37 and 38 Sincil Street; various toys; gas bracket lamp; outside tap; probably a slum clearance area

Quantity: 2

Period: 1920s


Public Health Inspector's Office

Location: Lincoln

Location: Sincil Street

Location: housing

Location: slums

Location: costume

Location: laundry

Location: children

Location: street lighting

Location: toys

Last updated: 04-November-2015 13:32:10

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