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The only Bath-tub in the Block: it hangs in the Air Shaft.
[Lower East Side Street Scene.]
Athletic meets in Crotona Park.
Manual Training Class, Public School.
Waiting at table, vacation school.
[Thompson Street, bird's eye view.]
Safe from the Cop in West Side playground.
Washerwoman's Flat in the Riverside Tenements, Brooklyn.
Ribe. The Domkirke as restored (1904) after twenty one years of labor. The Marie tower rebuilt, had been down a couple of hundred years (the small tower to the right).
Bottle Alley Mulberry Bend, X shows where the victim stood when shot.
"Getting Books" at 48 Henry Street.
City Lodging House, 23 St. & First Av. lodgers taking compulsary bath, "Well-nourished" fat.
Their playground a truck -- Baxter Street.
One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.
A cozy corner in a Brooklyn public school (teaching the girls houskeeping).
Letter H Plan of Public School No. 65, showing Front on West 109th Street.
The Jewish girl with the flag.
P.S. 32 Brooklyn, Vacation Schools, August 13th 1902.
Night in Gotham Court.
Saluting the Flag in the Mott Street Industrial School.
"The Old Church" Tenement.
Map of NY--prepared by Small Parks Committee, 1897.
Giving the girl a show. Also in Playground.
Boy's Ball Team in West Side playground.
Poverty Gappers playing Coney Island.
What a Search of the Lodgers brought forth.
The Mott Street Barracks.
Theodore Roosevelt when Governor of New York, 1898-1900.
Bedroom in the New City Lodging House.
[Peopled street and vacant lot.]
Children's Playground. Good citizenship at the Bottom of this Barrel.
The Short Tail Gang (Corlears Hook) Pier at foot of Jackson Street, now Corlears Hook Park. Photographed from the Police Boat.
Roof playground on a Public School.
[68-70-72-74 Thompson St. Clotheslines.]
A Seven-cent Lodging House in the Bowery.
[17. Sullivan Street Back Alley.]
Facsimile of an Original Map of the City of New York Made in 1728 From Actual Survey.
[Rural scene and canal.]
Public School, Suffolk & Rivington Streets.
"Didn't live nowhere."
Tammany Street cleaning before Waring's Days in front of 9 Varick Place.
Teaching the Girls to Swim: Part of the Public School Course.
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
First Aid to Injured, Public School.
A Cellar Dive in the Bend.
A Flat in the Pauper Barracks, West Thirty-eighth Street, with all its Furniture.
36-36 1/2 Baxter Street as the place was before the rear tenement was torn down by Board of Health in 1897 under the Tenement House Law.