Byline: Kathleen Coleman; 1892-04-16; The Toronto Mail;
Report: Kathleen "Kit" Black Coleman
". . .We cross London bridge and turn sharply to our left on the Surray side, and after many crossings and wanderings we get at least to Jacob's island. The existence of this place was denied even at the time Oliver Twist was written. . ."
Description:Kathleen "Kit" Coleman traveled overseas in 1892 to go undercover as a male to report for The Toronto Mail to discover what it was like to live in London's East End.
Rights: Public domain.