Joseph H. Armitage in Leeds - the 1920's, at night
from The Twenty-three years, or the late way of life, page 173:
Even in the 1920's the shops were all open until late at night, not only in the centre of Leeds, but along Waterloo Road and Hunslet Lane as well and shoppers thronged the pavements.
On Friday night especially at intervals of a few hundred yards there would be disabled or blind people selling matches, playing an instrument, singing cap-in-hand, or just openly begging.
Joseph H. Armitage, The Twenty-three years, or the late way of life. In Brunel University Burnett Archive of Working Class Autobiographies, number 2:15, p. 173. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1535547923740 accessed: 7 April, 2020
Listening tohide composers
|unspecified busking music||performed by Disabled people|
|Date/Time||the 1920's, at night|
|Listening Environment||outdoors, in public|