Undercover in London 1894

Monday, January 7, 2013

Ever wondered how the "other half" lived?

Found this in the Internet Archives.

"Campaigns of Curiosity"
Journalistic adventures of an American Girl in London
By Elizabeth L. Banks 1894

Banks was an American journalist working in London who decided to find out what life was like for the "serving class" of the Metropolis. To do so she went undercover and got herself hired out.

A very interesting look at life below the stairs in Victorian London.
You can download the PDF file from the Internet Archive at the link below.
Campaigns of Curiosity by Elizabeth L. Banks

Keep your sightglass full, your firebox trimmed and your water iced.
KJ

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