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["Riis Camp," Eight boys at lake.]
Street Arabs -- night boys in sleeping quarters.
Street Arabs -- night, Boys in sleeping quarter.
The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
What the Boys Learn on Their Street Playground.
What the boys learn on their street playground; the Dutch grocer's inquiry "Vat means dot 'sheese it? Epery time day say sheese it something vas gone!"
[Seated boys under dump.]
A carrying-in-boy in a Virginia glass factory. He works all night every other week.
A few of the boys going to work in the Night Shift in a Virginia glass factory.
Showing their trick, Hell's Kitchen boys.
"19 Mott St. 'gang'" Drilling for the Baptist Boys Brigade.
Giving the boy a show. West Side Playground.
Boys sent to farms from New York by Children's Aid Society.
[Young boys in lake.]
"Shooting Craps: The Game of the Street," Bootblacks and Newsboys.
[In the swimming pool - boys.]
Roof playground (boys) -- Public School.
[Group of boys and farmer in the woods.]
Boy's Ball Team in West Side playground.
Organized Charity. Children's Aid Society boys as farmers.
Public School 164 at 141st Street near Brook Avenue, Boys Entrance.
Juvenile Asylum Playground, the fence is supposed to divide the older from the younger boys.
Vacation playground at Public School 183, Manhattan, August 1905, Boy's Yard.
Children's Aid Society: Dormitory in the Tompkins Square Lodging House for Boys.