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Manual Training Class, Public School.
Waiting at table, vacation school.
A Downtown "Morgue."
The Riverside Tenements in Brooklyn.
Prayer-time in the Nursery - Five Points House of Industry.
Court at No. 24 Baxter Street.
Men's lodging room in West 47th Street Station.
The Same Street when Colonel Waring wielded the Broom.
[Thompson Street, bird's eye view.]
[Children tending to the garden.]
A Tammany-swept East Side Street before Col. Waring's Day.
The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
Mulbery Bend Park taken in 1900.
The Church Street Station Lodging-room, in which I [Jacob A. Riis] was robbed.
Athletic meets in Crotona Park.
An All-Night Two-Cent Restaurant, in "The Bend".
Bandits' Roost - a Mulberry Bend Alley.
The only Bath-tub in the Block: it hangs in the Air Shaft.
[Lower East Side Street Scene.]
Public School 167 in the Bronx, Main Entrance.
One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.
[Small boat anchored in the lake.]
Bohemian cigar makers at work in their tenement.
A cozy corner in a Brooklyn public school (teaching the girls houskeeping).
Police Station Lodgers - Women's lodging room in West 47th Street Station.
Police Station Lodgers 16. Madison Street Station Men's Lodging room.
Coming home form Fresh Air Vacation.
A Typical East Side Block.
Saluting the Flag in the Mott Street Industrial School.
[Family in front of old shanty.]
[Young man covered in mud.]
Children in Gotham Court "Sewing school at the agent's".
"The Old Church" Tenement.
[Goats in their stable.]
Case No. 25,745 on the Society Blotter: Annie Wolff, aged seven years, as she was driven forth by her cruel step-mother, beaten and starved; and as she appeared after six months in the Society's care.
In the Tenderloin, Police Station lodging room -- abolished by Roosevelt.
[Young children in the water and on the beach.]
[Pitched tents in the woods.]
Under the Dump at West 47th Street.
Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.
The Spinning Room overseer and his flock.
[Interior of Hoffman House bar.]
Lodger in Pell St. 7 cents lodging house (Happy Jack's Canvas Palace) going to bed.
Giving the girl a show. Also in Playground.