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Below are links to groups of pages on particular aspects of what could be seen out of doors in the early-mid 1900s. Click an image to go to its group.
Colourful gypsy caravans were on the streets in the early 20th century.
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Harvest time provided what was probably the most interesting country scenes, but there was always something to see at other times.
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In the early-mid 20th century newsvendors sold from trolleys that they wheeled on the streets.
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During World War Two there were signs of war on the streets, but there were more interesting things.
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