Drawn from the Francis Frith Collection photographic archive, this volume of over 400 photographs from the period 1865 to 1928 shows urban and rural Britain, people at work and play and tourist attractions such as Stonehenge and Bodiam Castle. The book includes chapters on childhood in Victorian and Edwardian times, the new world of leisure opening up during that period, and the shops and markets in the ‘empire of trade’.
Text in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian and Dutch
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