["Riis Camp," Eight boys at lake.]
Young men covered with mud, each has a letter on his chest, to spell "RIIS CAMP".
Street Arabs -- night, Boys in sleeping quarter.
Three boys curled around a barrel, asleep at the bottom of stairs.
Street Arabs -- night boys in sleeping quarters.
The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
Two boys holding sticks lean on a fence that reads "Please Keep Off the Grass".
What the Boys Learn on Their Street Playground.
Two boys standing next to a cart, possibly stealing.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
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.]
Boys seated on planks under a dump. Some figures appear to have been drawn onto the original photograph....
Roof playground (boys) -- Public School.
[Group of boys and farmer in the woods.]
Showing their trick, Hell's Kitchen boys.
Boys in Hell's Kitchen demonstrating how they rob people who have passed-out.
"19 Mott St. 'gang'" Drilling for the Baptist Boys Brigade.
Boys from the 19 Mott Street gang stand at attention while drilling for the Baptist Boys Brigade.
[Young boys in lake.]
A few of the boys going to work in the Night Shift in a Virginia glass factory.
Boys sent to farms from New York by Children's Aid Society.
Photograph of Children's Aid Society boys shucking corn in a field.
Giving the boy a show. West Side Playground.
A boy giving his brother a piggy-back ride in the West Side Playground at 68th Street.
A carrying-in-boy in a Virginia glass factory. He works all night every other week.
[In the swimming pool - boys.]
"Shooting Craps: The Game of the Street," Bootblacks and Newsboys.
Organized Charity. Children's Aid Society boys as farmers.
Riding Brother on his back.
A boy carrying his brother piggy-back in a playground.
A young boy standing in front of a radiator.
Organized Charity. "A home nurse."
A barefoot young boy stands next to a woman in bed.
Rushing the Growler.
A young boy standing in a pen or yard holding a bucket.
Vacation playground at Public School 183, Manhattan, August 1905, Boy's Yard.
Boy's Ball Team in West Side playground.
Four boys standing at counter-tops making paper bags.
Drilling the Gang, Mulberry Street.
A line-up of boys in a Mulberry Street alley.