This is a bit weird, but really charming.
There is a Youtube channel that purportedly tells the story of a musicologist in Cornwall, UK in the '30s:
"A musicologist shares field recordings from the campfires and hobo jungles of depression era Cornwall.
The purpose of this page is to share and discuss recordings I made in the late 1930s and early 1940s at a large hobo camp between Liskeard and Lostwithiel known as Two Waters Foot . Depression era Cornwall boasted a thriving musical scene particularly amongst those who took to the travelling life either through circumstances or through desire for adventure, and as a young student I took it upon myself to record as much as I could of this music before it was lost. While the musicianship is often not of the highest quality, I believe that these recordings are a fitting reminder of an overlooked and under represented cultural movement."
Anyway, there are several videos in the collection, charming period photographs and concertina music in the background. It is a sort of Sid Kipper goes to Cornwall to collect hobo concertina playing:
I like them all, but this one is a good starter:
The complete channel is here:
There is even a 200 page book about the Cornish Hobos:
Ok, so own up now, which one of you is Jack Chantegril? I have my suspicions...
I salute you! Well done.