Digital Gallery Images
The Gallery includes images of the borough's streets and buildings and portraits of people and communities. The Digital Gallery images are displayed as thumbnails. Full size images can be viewed by clicking on a thumbnail.
How do I obtain a copy of an image?
Photographic copies can be obtained from Tower Hamlets Local Studies and Archives (there is a charge for this service) or a maximum of 5 digital copies can be emailed to you. If you would like to use the images for publication or display please contact us at email@example.com
Anne Louise Baker 1880s
Anne Louise Baker, (1873-1938). Anne grew up in the Bury St Edmunds area, where she worked as a housemaid. In 1898 (or thereabouts) she married Frederick Peck, of Bury, who worked in a butcher’s shop. They came to Islington with their young children some time before the First World War, and moved to Walthamstow, Frederick working at Smithfield and later at the Albert Docks. They had ten children; their youngest daughter Maud, came to live on the Island in 1937 and has been here ever since. by Mrs Maud Dyer