Joe and Mr. Snagsby
M. F. or E. M. Taylor
Photographic reproduction of line drawing
Approximately 3.5 inches wide x 3.75 inches high
From Dickens' Dream Children, p. 221, at the head of Mary Angela Dickens's thirteenth chapter, "Poor Jo, The Crossing-Sweeper"; realizing a scene in the Holborn street between the police, the merchant, and the indigent crossing-sweeper, "ugly and dirty and ignorant" (222), but worthy of our sympathy, nonetheless, having been turned away from his livelihood, the crossing.
Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham
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