LONDON’S EAST END IN 1902
I arrived to the East End of London in September of 1902. I went with a chap named Jack London and as we wanted to see what life was like in the poor urban area of London. We asked the cabby to take us to the East End of London and he almost refused! He kept saying that we needed an address and finally Jack said “Just take us there.”
As the cabbie took us down London’s East End, there were “miles of bricks and squalor, and from each cross street and alley flashed long ...