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“Basket Jim” puts his balancing skills on display in Covent Garden, which used to be a fruit and vegetable market, Photo credit: Does anyone know who took this picture? — in London, United Kingdom.

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November A family in their room in a Lisburn Street tenement house in the Bethnal Green slum area. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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Women shelling walnuts, Covent Garden Market 1890

Women shelling walnuts, Covent Garden Market 1890