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The Riverside Tenements in Brooklyn.
"Slept in that cellar four years."
An Italian Home under a Dump.
Hotels, Trowmart Inn.
Association for the Relief of Respectable Aged Indigent Females, Board Room.
Washerwoman's Flat in the Riverside Tenements, Brooklyn.
Riverside Buildings, Brooklyn.
Dens of Death.
Evening in one of the Courts in Mills House No. 1.
Shanty town -- some of the last remnants, 1896.
Shoemaker working in a house in the yard of 219 Broome Street, which the landlord built when the sanitary police put him out of the basement. Clatterpole sticks up through his house. Rent $12 a month.
First Prize Plan Charity Organization Society Competition, 1900, 100 x 100 feet lot.
Alfred Corning Clark Buildings.
Bird's-Eye View of an East Side Tenement Block.
[Cluttered room in attic.]
[Arab Boarding House.]
[Black couple in their home.]
[Man seated on bed in attic living quarters.]
[Unidentified building model.]
Blackwell's Island, The Female Almshouse.
"The Barracks" -- Mott Street between Bleeker and Houston.
Mulberry Bend--One of the Five Points Fifty Years Ago.
Riverside Buildings on Joralemon Street, front view, Brooklyn.
A Typical East Side Block.
As a Solid Block of double-deckers, Lawful until now, would appear.
A Boarder at the Rutgers Street Dump
Association for the Relief of Respectable Aged Indigent Females. A Bedroom.
Mills House No. 1, outside view.
Second Prize Plan of tenement 75 feet unit, 12 apartments, 34 rooms, Israel & Harder, Charity Organization Society, 1900.
Third Prize Charity Organization Society Competition, 1900, 50 feet lot, Israel & Harder.
Riverside Buildings, Brooklyn, Bed Room.
Association for the Relief of Respectable Aged Indigent Females. The Chapel.
[Family in front of old shanty.]
"The Old Church" Tenement.
Small House, Town of Tomorrow