"I Scrubs." Katie , who keeps house in West Forty-ninth Street.
Roof playground (boys) -- Public School.
One Family's Outlook on the Airshaft. The Mother said, "Our Daughter does not care to come Home to Sleep."
Mulberry Street Police Station. Waiting for the Lodging to open.
A "Scrub" and her Bed -- the Plank.
An old woman with the plank she sleeps on at the Eldridge Street Station women's lodging room.
An Italian Home under a Dump.
I Scrubs. Katie, who keeps house in West Forty-ninth Street.
Tommy holding his bootblack kit.
On the Beach at Sea Breeze.
Typical Toughs (from the Rogues' Gallery).
Mug shots of two criminals.
Joss-house in Mott Street (Chinatown).
Inside a Chinese house of worship.
Bunks in a Seven-Cent Lodging House, Pell Street
Shelter Island NY; The Children on Cartwright's Lawn, 1892.
Children playing on a lawn at the Cartwright home.
Shelter Island; At Cockle Harbor.
Poverty Gappers playing Coney Island.
A Growler Gang in Session.
Pietro learning to make an Englis' letter.
A man with a pipe at a table with a boy.
Getting Ready for Supper in the Newsboys' Lodging House.
Newsboys cleaning their faces in a lodging house washroom.
Poverty Gap Transformed -- the spot where Young Healey was murdered is now a playground.
Children's Aid Society, bringing in the apple crop.
Children's Aid Society, storing the Silo for the winter.
Workers filling a grain silo at Kensico farm.
Truck Farming on the Site of Stryker's Lane.
Children planting a new garden.
Ribe, the pulpit in the Domkirke.
Ribe, "Slippen," the alley leading to the river, where my bother Theodore was drowned.
Ribe. The Domkirke as restored after twenty one years of labor. The Marie tower rebuilt, had been down a couple of hundred years (the small tower to the right).
Ribe. The "pagan".
The "pagan" -- a figurative mural on a wall of the Domkirke in Ribe, Denmark, re-discovered when the...
How the Other Half Lives
Interior -- reading room in Mills House no. 1.
The Potter's Field Consecrated Ground.
A man covering coffins with dirt in an open trench at the city burial ground on Hart's Island.
A young boy standing in front of a radiator.
Shelter Island; View over South Ferry.
The marsh at South Ferry, Shelter Island, NY.
[Family group portrait.]
A portrait on a grassy knoll of women and children seated with men standing behind holding infants.
Upstairs in Blindman's Alley.
Three men and a woman seated in a small room, tea kettle on the stove.
[Pitched tent on platform and old man with a pipe.]
[Summer camp on edge of water.]
"Forty Foot Strip" Place of building tenements, City to lay out a block as park then sell other edge to be built on with restrictions.
[View of rocky beach.]
[Group portrait taken on rocks by the water.]
A Mulberry Bend Alley.
The Spinning Room overseer and his flock.
Group of employees, mostly children, posed in front of an unidentified Mississippi cotton mill.
Mulbery Bend Park taken in 1900.
"The accursed candle stick" in Ribe, Domkirke. Upon it is an inscription cursing the one who removes it. It was put up by some purse-proud knights in the middle ages.
Bottle Alley, Baxter Street.
[Around the campsite.]
Baxter Street Alley in Mulberry Bend, now destroyed.
Hart's Island, The dock where the unknown dead are unloaded for the Potter's Field.
Heading off the Gang. Vacation playground near Old Frog Hollow.
Boys playing and posing for this picture in Bronx Park during summer school, 1902.
The Survival of the Unfittest.
The construction site for an addition to the Puck Building on Mulberry Street.
[Nightime around campfire.]
Organized Charity. At Sea Breeze.
One Door that has been opened: St. John's Park in Hudson Street, -- once a graveyard.