London: Browning Institute, ( 1895 ). 1st edition thus. Wraps. Circa 1895. Very Good. 8vo., 26 pp., with black & white illustrations. Bound in publishers tan stock wraps. Overall minor soiling and wear, one gathering loose but present, otherwise clean and unmarked. Very Good. Item #25931
Browning Hall, properly The Robert Browning Settlement, was a social settlement established in Walworth, London, in 1895, one of a number of such 'settlements' arising out of the settlement movement and the university extension movement. It provided a range of social services to the poor of its deprived area, and provided accommodation enabling relatively well-educated people to live amongst the people with whom they worked.