Following up on my last post—
|The World's Work, Vol 31, 1916|
Alert readers will note that, despite the Victorian era advances in street sweeping, the crossing sweeps were still at work through the 19th century, and men with push carts and brooms were still doing the job in 1916.
|Street Sweeper & Handcart c 1896|
Image at right courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
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