A Vegetable Stand in the Mulberry Street Bend with Myself [Jacob A. Riis] in the picture.
Stale Bread Vendor, Mulberry Bend.
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].
Bandit's Roost with St. Rocco's altar in the rear, at the bottom of the alley.
Arch under the first rear tenement at 55 Baxter Street leading to the second rear, with stairs up which Vincenzo Nino went to murder his wife in 1895. House believed to be haunted.
Baxter Street Alley, directly in the rear of Bandits' Roost.
A denizen of the Bend, in a compromising position.
The rear room in the top floor of 55 Baxter Steet in which Mrs. Nino was murdered -- since deserted. On May 23, the splash of blood on floor and walls was there yet.
The Homestead in the Bend -- the original dwelling with the Mulberry Grove.
Celebrating the feast of St. Rocco in Bandit's Roost, Mulberry Bend--May 23, 1895.
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