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Broad Street (latterly Broadwick Street), Soho, with a white silhouette replica of the Broad Street pump identifed by John Snow as a source of cholera-infected water. Photograph.


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The ghost of Broadwick Street

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Robert I. Krasner, The microbial challenge, Washington, D, C., 2002, p. 124 (reproduced)

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Wellcome Library no. 535834i


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