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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Whitechapel Society 1888 presents Anthony Miller: A History of the Whitechapel Mission
June 4th, 2017
Duration: 01:05:49

We are pleased to yet again bring you the guest speaker talk from the bi-monthly meeting of the Whitechapel Society. June 2017s guest speaker was the director of the Whitechapel Mission, Anthony Miller. Mr. Miller details the history of the mission, once called the Working Lads Institute and Home, which was the scene of several inquests concerning the victims in the Whitechapel murders, as well as describing the work that the mission continues to this day, having served the needs of Whitechapel's poor and destitute for the last 140 years.

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