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Charles Booth’s enquiry (1886-1903) was a ground-breaking social investigation into late-Victorian London. The enquiry’s most famous outputs are the poverty maps which showed street–by-street levels of wealth and poverty. LSE Library holds Booth’...
- 1884 - 2002
This collection of materials has been selected from some of LSE Library’s key collections of economic and government statistics. It includes several lengthy time-series of data in the form of official and government publications which have been di...
The data presented consists of 3 tables in csv format which show the numbers of births, marriages and deaths in English and Welsh regions for the years stated. These were extracted from image files of digitised printed material in LSE Library. T...
This set of pamphlets are drawn from The Women’s Library and related collections at LSE Library and they document women’s rights and their engagement in politics and public life from 1918-1940. These titles evidence the ideas and activities of wom...
From 1895-2006 the Calendar was the core public record of the work of the School.The content of the Calendar developed over time and it provides general information relating to the School including: the Director’s annual report; lists of School st...
The volume presented, as the first Register of the London School of Economics and Political Science from 1895 to 1932, covers thirty-seven years in the history of the School, but covers only thirty years of graduations in the University of which t...