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Common lodging-houses and seamen"s lodging-houses
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Crook, ‘Accommodating the Outcast: Common Lodging Houses and the Limits of Urban Governance in Victorian and Edwardian London’, Urban History, 35 (), pp.
– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2. Lodging house definition: A lodging house is a house where people can rent rooms to live in or stay in. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
The secret world of the Victorian lodging house By the midth century lodging houses were a feature of every city and town and formed a system of accommodation linking most parts of the. As a result, the developer needed the zoning board to allow a lodging house use for the building, which is located in a BG-6 (business-general) zone, to accommodate the inclusion of.
In the decades after the Civil War, people moved on to lodging houses, which lacked boarding’s shared meals and common spaces, as well as tenement houses, apartment hotels, and apartments as we.
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