|Caption||Victorian Poverty. A youth (top) gets his first glimpses into the depths of degredation in Victorian London. A lodging for the night in a mission (left), where homeless women were glad to forget their miseries for the brief oblivion of a few hours' sleep. Original artwork for illustration on p15 of Look and Learn issue no 657 (17 August 1974).|
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|Keywords||Victorian nineteenth century 19th century poverty poor Salvation Army steps degredation mission sleeping coffins women sleep respite|
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