Reproduction of a photograph taken by T.W. Tyrell, of 48 Doughty Street, Mechlenburgh Square, London.  Dickens lived here from 1837 to 1839.  The house had an upstairs study where Dickens did editorial work for “Bentleys Miscellany” and where he wrote Pickwick Papers and Oliver Twist.  This house is now the site of the Dickens Museum, which exhibits Dickens’s works and memorabilia.