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This article uses detail from the records of the Clothworkers’ Company to explore the tensions that lay beneath the surface of the elaborate Lord Mayors’ Shows of Sir John Ireton in 1658 and Sir John Robinson in 1662. Nearly one hundred members of the Company failed to pay their contributions...
This article argues that an analysis of the historical and architectural significance of India House, the London headquarters of the East India Company, can yield new insights into histories of office design and employee management. Utilising company documents, including floor plans, letters,...
Since the 1990s, important regeneration processes have been carried out around urban waterfronts and canals. Urban waterways have undergone a transformation from industrial canals and navigation corridors towards focal points for revitalization and urban development. But, what new roles and...
This article explores the employment experience of workers at the Eastern Palace Cinema in East London, in 1934. In August 1934, a member of staff murdered the cinema’s manager. The witness statements taken in the subsequent criminal investigation give a unique insight into the operations of...
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