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Medicines for the Poor: The Dispensary on Temple Row, 1800.

The dispensary on Temple Row (far right), next to Styles's Hotel, c. The building had originally been a dwelling house built in aro.

Bordesley Area district nurses home. Moseley Road Birmingham dated 1930

Bordesley Area district nurses home. Moseley Road Birmingham dated 1930

John Cadbury and his son's George and Richard built Bournville Village in Birmingham England.  A village for their employees to live in the late 1800's.  Just imagine if all employers cared after their employees in this fashion!

A.N. WILSON: How the Cadbury family of the Victorian age would put today's fat cats to shame

A woman and a child outside their back-to-back in Birmingham in the 1920s. Notice the chicken on the right and the maiding tub for washing in the foreground. So many women like this one fought a daily battle for cleanliness and respectability, despite their bad housing and unhealthy environment.

Birmingham's homelessness time bomb - when poor housing and greedy landlords saw families forced out on the streets

Carl Chinn looks at the plight of the homeless in post-war Birmingham

Alexander Road Acocks Green Birmingham England Showing side of  Baptist Church where Cottesbrooke Junior School had a classroom in the 1950's

Alexander Road Acocks Green Birmingham England Showing side of Baptist Church where Cottesbrooke Junior School had a classroom in the

Looking up New Meeting Street from Moor Street towards High Street Birmingham in 1963. c John Ball

Looking up New Meeting Street from Moor Street towards High Street Birmingham in c John Ball

Birmingham England

The Market Hall designed by architect Charles Edge. Bombed in 1940, and the shell demolished in the early 1960s.

The Market Hall designed by architect Charles Edge. Bombed in and the shell demolished in the early

Birmingham England

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