Selina Hopps

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Selina Hopps ran a dance hall in Baker Street, London. In 1933 a court was told how she "knew the sort of people who frequented the place and by gathering them in large numbers... was making considerable profits out of their disgusting behaviour".[1]


  1. ""Sinks of iniquity", News of the World 29 January 1933; quoted in Matt Houlbrook, Queer London, pp 81–82