Photographs of London street life by Scottish photographer John Thomson. Thomson was one of the first westerners to take photographs of the Far East. Upon his return to England in 1872, a number of his photographs of London street life were published in the magazine “Street Life in London” between 1876 and 1877.
William Doyle, 17, was described as not being able to read or write and had a pale complexion. He was sentenced to six years in prison for setting fire to a stack of wheat.
Portraits of criminals from the 1920s
The Marriage of the White King and the Princess of Feuereisen, 1514-1516, Leonhard Beck
World's first underwater photograph
Baby in a Victorian pram. Prams were first seen around 1850 and became very fashionable throughout the Victorian era. They were seen as a status symbol because they were costly.