Charles Dickens speaking at the Dulwich College Charity Meeting at the Adelphi Theatre, from the Illustrated London News

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Throughout his life Charles Dickens was involved with many charitable institutions, and often used his fame to further the causes that mattered to him. Here, he is pictured in 1856 giving a speech for Dulwich College, a school in south east London.

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Charles Dickens speaking at the Dulwich College Charity Meeting at the Adelphi Theatre
Published:
22 March 1856, London
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Newspaper / Illustration / Image
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The Illustrated London News
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© Charles Dickens Museum
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