The market set is from the Eastman Kodak archive. The photographer's name was Chusseau-Flaviens. A Frenchman, obviously.
I remember that there were quite a few London shots (& capitals all over Europe). These marked as "Petticoat Lane" were the only East End ones, though.
Remaider of the set:
The location of the next two I'd like to find out. "Petticoat Lane", as we know, could mean any of the adjoining streets - even beyond..
I seem to remember this was touched upon in the latest late boards...but can't remember whether any conclusion was reached. Does "Dakin Bros" or the chimeny stacks at the rear ring any bells?
I have a group of about 10 (square) ones that I bought on eBay early last year. Apparently I've read they were used as sets in a lecture tour about East End poverty. I've made proper jpegs of all of them by using a lit rostra and a light box (the benefits of working at a museum some of the time).
We used a couple of the shots in TLoJtRTaN, being the Harris's Tobacco Shop shot and the one of Itchy Park. As for the others, as I say, I'll put them up here in due course but I suspect many have not been published. I'm fairly certain the two we used in the book hadn't been.
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