Front cover of "The Children's' Treasure" 1 January, 1872. The shoe polishing boy shares his hot baked potato with the young match-seller on the Victorian streets of London. Match boy, street seller, baked potato-seller, blacking boy, match-sellers, Lucifer, matches, boots polished, London Labour, London street-sellers, begging, poor, poverty, street vendors, shoe shine, street-sellers, working the streets, child labour, Bryant & May, Day & Martin Blacking, boot black, juveniles, shoe black, Shoe shiners, Uniforms, Boys
Water chestnuts; sweet; tasty; peeled; peeling; juicy; vendor; street seller; street vendor; wheelbarrow; cart; mobile; mobile vendor; street scene; pedestrians; cars; scooters; cart; carts; Chinese; Kunming. The Spring City; Yunnan province; China. PRC.
A water chestnut vendor, peeling the skin of his wares in Kunming.