The Children of the Jacob A. Riis House on my lawn, summer of 1901.
Children seated Jacob Riis's lawn.
Jacob Riis Park
Earlier in his career the photographer went by the name Paul Anthony.
[Jacob A. Riis.]
["The Battle with the Slum" poster for Riis lecture.]
Reproduction of a poster advertising a lecture by Jacob Riis.
["Riis Camp," Eight boys at lake.]
Young men covered with mud, each has a letter on his chest, to spell "RIIS CAMP".
The Church Street Station Lodging-room, in which I [Jacob A. Riis] was robbed.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
A Vegetable Stand in the Mulberry Street Bend with Myself [Jacob A. Riis] in the picture.
Temporary debris dump, Jacob Riis Park, Queens, NY
Dedication of the Domkirke, August 7, 1904. The Royal Family all up at the altar with the ministers etc. Lammel & Katie to the right, in the seats past ahead of crowd in the aisle. I [Jacob A. Riis] s
"The Little House" where Jacob Riis wrote many of his books - Richmond Hill, Queens. Nov. 6, 1950.
The Old Gribbon sisters at 5 Van Dam Street photographed Dec. 1895 after I [Jacob A. Riis] had got them pensioned by Miss Emily Vanderbilt Sloane.
Children in "The Ship," destroyed by B. of Health in 1897, after the visit of Roosevelt & myself [Jacob A. Riis] there.
Four children at a table, eating, in a tenement building known as "The Ship" on Hamilton Street.
"I Scrubs." Katie , who keeps house in West Forty-ninth Street.
An Italian Home under a Dump.
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.
Bone Alley Park site -- when the tenements were torn down, one of the small park sites I [Jacob A. Riis] located, taken 1898.
The cleared blocks of land to become Bone Alley Park.
Children's Aid Society. Going West. Last party sent out by Mrs. John Jacob Astor before her death.
Shelter Island; Our (Indian) Washer woman.
The Riis family's washer woman standing with a young child.
Shelter Island; Our (Indian) Washer woman and her dog.
The Riis family's washerwoman and her dog at Shelter Island.
Roof playground (boys) -- Public School.
[Nightime around campfire.]
A large freestanding Gothic/Tudor style institutional building of unknown association.
[Summer Camp: Four Girls in front of tent. ]
[Group of boys and farmer in the woods.]
[Group portrait in front of tent.]
[Group of men in front of tent.]
[Pitched tents in the woods.]
Winter at Richmond Hill in street in front of our house.
Children playing in front of Riis family home.
Organized Charity. In the Oyster Camps, Child Labor.
Organized Charity. "On the Beach."
A girl holding on to a rope at the water's edge.
Organized Charity. [Children Resting in Outside Infirmary].
Children bundled up on sleeping porch.
"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.
The great organ in Ribe Domkirke, after the restoration, 1904.
The great crucifix in Ribe Domkirke, put away in one of the galleries at the Reformation; unearthed and restored at the restoration (finished 1904).
Ribe Domkirke. The "pagan" that was uncovered when the white wash of centuries was removed in the restoration (1904) -- see him up in the top of the arch to the left. He is supposed to be protecting a
Ribe. Hausen's bakery, torn down in the restoration of the Domkirke to give more room.
Ribe, Interior of the Domkirke as restored, 1904.
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).