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This rather rare children's book of poetry and lithographic illustrations relating to various kinds of employment - some quite unusual - was first published in Fleet St in London in 1900"

 
Of particular relevance is the trade about 1/2 way down - The Photographer. Which starts:
 
The man who takes my photograph,
Tries very hard to make me laugh-
The naughty man! he makes me sad.
 
Some things never change, though.  See the Plumber.

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