The Booth Archive is a wonderful resource for those researching London history. This excerpt inspired my description of Christmas in Felix House Spidts Street in 1910, in my book. Mizpah Cousins documents the true lives of East End families during the Great war era, in an easy to read novel.
To research your area of historic London click Booth Archive >>>
To inspire your East End family research click Mizpah Cousins >>
You never know, your family may have known mine.
These are some of the topics from the Booth Archive to whet your appetite:
Inquiry into life and labour in London
Search the catalogue of original survey notebooks
Browse the digitised police notebooks
Browse the Stepney Union casebooks and Jewish notebooks
Best of luck with your research and let me know any of your top historical research tips.
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