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Old 08-28-2017, 08:58 AM
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No, it was done to illustrate an article that Neil Bell wrote for the 2015 conference pack. I'll check with him to see if it's ok to share here, and if so I'll post it.

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Default Montage of PC Ernest Thompson at Swallow Gardens

This was produced to illustrate Neil Bell's excellent article "240H" which appeared in the 2015 conference delegate's booklet.

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Excellent.

Thanks for that Andrew (and Neil)
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Old 09-01-2017, 11:31 AM
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Default "Ripperland" back in stock!

After the first print run sold out in under two weeks, I'm very pleased to announce that new stock of "Ripperland" has now arrived at Mango Books HQ, and can be ordered at http://www.mangobooks.co.uk/book.php?b=24

Grab a copy before they sell out again!

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A view of the poor, queuing outside a butcher's shop on Aldgate in the early 20th century, montaged into the equivalent modern day scene. Note that signs pointing towards the Still & Star public house appear in both photographs, evidence of a rare survivor in this part of London.

This, and over forty other photomontages appear in "Ripperland" by Andrew Firth, which is now once again available to order on Amazon and on the Mango Books site.
http://www.mangobooks.co.uk/book.php?b=24
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A review by Paul Begg of "Ripperland" appeared in the latest Ripperologist magazine:

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Adam Wood informs me that there are only eight copies remaining of the second print run. If you want one, head over to http://www.mangobooks.co.uk/book.php?b=24 right away to order!

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Andrew,

Who do you think the butcher or butcher's assistant was tending the female customers? Cira 1902 as captured by Jack London or his photographer?
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