[Destitute men sitting on building stoop.]
[Destitute men sitting on stoop.]
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Family sitting on a stoop.]
Kids from around Hell Hill (West 59th St.)
The most popular man on the block [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Dress Up Day [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Two Men on a Harlem Stoop.
Furnished Room for Rent.
Boys on Stoop in Harlem.
Two Children on a Stoop
Two Children on Front Stoop
Children on a Harlem Doorstep.
People Sitting on a Stoop
Boys On Apartment Stoop, Harlem.
[Children on a stoop.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey and his friend on a stoop.]
156 Waverly Place
Doorway, Farmer Residence.
Lonely Boy Sitting on a Stoop, Waiting for His Mother.
View of a small boy sitting on a stoop with a paper bag as seen through the hand rail. There is a man...
Jay Street, no. 115
University Place and 9th Street [Temple Street to Wall Street]
University Place. Southeast corner of 9th Street. According to the present management of the Hotel Lafayette...
Washington Square [Wall Street to Waverly Place]
Home of Mrs. Robert W. De Forest. 7 Washington Square North | Photographer attributed. | J. Clarence...
Fifth Avenue and 49th Street [Fifth Avenue, 40th Street to 54th Street]
Fifth Avenue. Looking north from 49th Street | J. Clarence Davies Street Views Scrapbook
Spanish Harlem (Young Lords)
"Little Italy." -- Resting.
[Entrance to townhouse.]
Fourth of July, hanging out on the stoop of their apartment house
From left to right, the numbers of the buildings are: 5, 3 and 1.
The numbers of the buildings on the left are 60 and 58.
[No. 7 Laundry.]
[Al Smith with his family.]
Back row (left to right): Alfred, Jr., Emily. Middle row (left to right): Alfred E. Smith, Catherine...
Sons of E. H. Harriman [with] John Townsend
[Unidentified apartment building.]
The building number is 45.
Likely in Brooklyn Heights.
The number of the building on the right is 9.
[Unidentified brownstone residences.]
[Unidentified apartment buildings.]
[Excavation next to unidentified residence.]
[Unidentified row of apartment buildings.]
[Unidentified townhouses or apartment buildings.]
[Construction next to unidentified townhouses or apartment buildings.]
[Row of unidentified brownstone buildings.]