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[St. Michael's Russian Catholic Byzantine Church, 266 Mulberry Street.]
[Odd Fellows Hall.]
Mulberry and Prince Streets
The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
In the home of an Italian Ragpicker, Jersey Street.
A Vegetable Stand in the Mulberry Street Bend with Myself [Jacob A. Riis] in the picture.
Immigration, Ellis Island, Ellis Island Landing, Immigration scenes.
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].
The Mott Street Barracks.
Yard in Jersey Street Tenement.
"Playground" of the children in the Astor Memorial School, Children's Aid Society, Mott Street.
Stale Bread Vendor, Mulberry Bend.
Drilling the Gang, Mulberry Street.
Mulberry Street Police Station. Waiting for the Lodging to open.
Saluting the Flag in the Mott Street Industrial School.
Pietro learning to make an Englis' letter.
Police Station Lodging Room 2. Waiting to be let in to Mulberry Street Station.
In the home of an Italtian Ragpicker, Jersey Street.
"The Old Church" Tenement.
Celebrating the feast of St. Rocco in Bandit's Roost, Mulberry Bend--May 23, 1895.
The Homestead in the Bend -- the original dwelling with the Mulberry Grove.
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.
Nuts & Fruits, Mulberry Street.
Bandit's Roost with St. Rocco's altar in the rear, at the bottom of the alley.
Drilling the Mott Street Gang; (same as no. 126).
View looking north from Manhattan Bridge Plaza. Park in foreground, Chrysler Building in upper center.
Little Italy, Harlem 1890.
Street Scenes - 1898. Mulberry St. Street Vendors.
School for Apprentices - Hoe.