Living London is an illustrated periodical with miscellaneous articles and stories about life in London at the turn of the century; giving an invaluable insight into a wide range of social and cultural practices. It provides details of the living and working conditions of a variety of different groups of people and levels of society including criminals, traveller communities, and the homeless. Part 3 including p 65-96. Covering the Bank of England; life by the waterside, with pictures of wharfs, public houses and watermen; clubs in the West-End; 'article entitled 'Oriental London' about the several Asian communities in London, mentioning Japanese, Chinese, Armenians and Indians amongst others; boarding schools; railway stations.
Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection