[St. Michael's Russian Catholic Byzantine Church, 266 Mulberry Street.]
Formerly St. Michael's Chapel, originally St. Patrick's chancery office. Adjacent to St. Patrick's Old...
[Odd Fellows Hall.]
A pipe-smoking man seated in a yard in front of a ramshakle shanty.
In the home of an Italian Ragpicker, Jersey Street.
Italian mother and her baby in Jersey Street.
A Vegetable Stand in the Mulberry Street Bend with Myself [Jacob A. Riis] in the picture.
The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
Two boys holding sticks lean on a fence that reads "Please Keep Off the Grass".
Mulberry and Prince Streets
Immigration, Ellis Island, Ellis Island Landing, Immigration scenes.
Immigrant women and children on the sidewalk at Mott and Park Streets with American Express Co. office...
Street Arabs in night-quarters -- Mulberry Street.
Young men and boys sleeping on a ramshackle porch.
The Old Church" Tenement.
"Old picture taken for the Board of Health in 1872, September 3. Old Baptist Church Nos. 5-7-9 Mulberry...
Reporters Office at 301 Mulberry Street.
Rear Tenements in Mott Street, in which an Italian shot his wife dead and escaped, 1894.
It costs a Dallar a Month to sleep in the Sheds.
A woman holding a child, and men sitting in a rear yard of a Jersey Street tenement.
Street Arabs in sleeping quarters.
Three barefoot boys huddled at the base of an exterior corner of a church.
Pietro learning to make an Englis' letter.
A man with a pipe at a table with a boy.
Saluting the Flag in the Mott Street Industrial School.
Young students salute the American flag at Mott Street Industrial School.
Patriotic Election in Mott Street Industrial School, "One Flag!".
Young students point at the American flag held by a fellow student.
Drilling the Gang, Mulberry Street.
A line-up of boys in a Mulberry Street alley.
Mulberry Street Police Station. Waiting for the Lodging to open.
The Mott Street Barracks.
Drilling the Mott Street Gang; (same as no. 126).
Boys from the 19 Mott Street gang stand in formation while drilling for the Baptist Boys Brigade.
Stale Bread Vendor, Mulberry Bend.
Bandit's Roost with St. Rocco's altar in the rear, at the bottom of the alley.
A shrine in "Bandit's Roost" alley (Mulberry Street, Mulberry Bend) during the feast of St. Rocco on...
The Homestead in the Bend -- the original dwelling with the Mulberry Grove.
An early Federal house.
The last Mulberry -- said to be one of the old trees -- in yard of 41, behind the old Homestead. It isn't. Is probably an old [last word illegible].
A denizen of the Bend, in a compromising position.
"Playground" of the children in the Astor Memorial School, Children's Aid Society, Mott Street.
Jefferson Park, being laid out (1899) in Little Italy -- E. 112th Street.
Nuts & Fruits, Mulberry Street.
Bandits' Roost - a Mulberry Bend Alley.
In the home of an Italtian Ragpicker, Jersey Street.
Italian mother and her baby in Jersey Street tenement.
Baxter Street Alley, directly in the rear of Bandits' Roost.
[153 Baxter Street]
Near Grand Street. M. Gerber Co., Carpenter, M. & L. Woodworking Co. and Bardsley Bros. General Woodworking...
[96 Bayard Street]
Corner of Mulberry Street. The Nevin Bus Station and Pasquale Avallone & Stefano Miele, Inc., are visible....
[211 Elizabeth Street]
Between Spring and Prince Streets.
[213-215 Elizabeth Street]
Near Prince Street.
[178 Hester Street]
[109 Mulberry Street]
[149 Mulberry Street]
Villa Nova Restaurant is visible.
[46 Spring Street]
View looking north from Manhattan Bridge Plaza. Park in foreground, Chrysler Building in upper center.
View looking north towards Midtown from the Manhattan Bridge Plaza. Buildings line either side of an...
Little Italy, Harlem 1890.
Street Scenes - 1898. Mulberry St. Street Vendors.
Mulberry Street looking northward shows pedestrian and horse-drawn wagon traffic and merchandise being...