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Fleet Street

View of shop fronts along Fleet Street, London, England, early 1900s. At the extreme left is St. Dunstan's Church, then 186 Fleet Street (formerly home to Sweeney Todd's infamous barber shop) which houses several newspapers: the People's Journal, the People's Friend, the Dundee Advertiser, and D.R. Duncan, a stationary and photograph publisher. The next building, 185 Fleet Street, houses another newspaper, the Artist, and William Reeves Publishers, who published the first 'authorized' British version of Marx and Engles' 'The Communist Manifesto.' The building at right houses Craig's Supper Rooms, a pub and oyster bar that advertises 'All Fish Hot From 12 to 12.' There is a banner ad for the News of the World paper hanging from an upper balcony. (Photo by Mansell/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
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View of shop fronts along Fleet Street, London, England, early 1900s. At the extreme left is St. Dunstan's Church, then 186 Fleet Street (formerly home to Sweeney Todd's infamous barber shop) which houses several newspapers: the People's Journal, the People's Friend, the Dundee Advertiser, and D.R. Duncan, a stationary and photograph publisher. The next building, 185 Fleet Street, houses another newspaper, the Artist, and William Reeves Publishers, who published the first 'authorized' British version of Marx and Engles' 'The Communist Manifesto.' The building at right houses Craig's Supper Rooms, a pub and oyster bar that advertises 'All Fish Hot From 12 to 12.' There is a banner ad for the News of the World paper hanging from an upper balcony. (Photo by Mansell/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
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November 23, 2011
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The LIFE Picture Collection
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