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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Outings from the ‘Deadmans' 1920s
Outings from the ‘Deadmans' (Anchor and Hope) in Newby Place, Isle of Dogs, c1919-1920. Standing on the left, Mary Wright, (nee Newberry); with her is her sister Lardie (Liz), who had been taught to box by her father, because she was the eldest child and he had badly wanted a son - so she could (and did) fight like a man. Seated in front, third from right, is Mrs Newberry. The Newberrys lived in Hanbury Buildings, almost opposite ‘The White Horse'.