Tenement Rear and Junk
Boy Standing by a Rickety Picket Fence
Boy in Doorway
Three Boys Leaning on an Iron Fence
[Lower Manhattan from foot of Cranberry Street.]
[Firemen setting up ladders.]
[Staten Island Coast Guard Station.]
[Community Garden, South Bronx.]
[Hunt Mansion Hunts Point.]
[37 West 128th Street]
[404-406 West 18th Street]
[308 East 56th Street]
An abandoned building. Inside, the officer found a "shooting gallery," where drug addicts go to buy dreams or to die.; Police Work
Carlos, East 160's, South Bronx
Young Men in Street
Fire Building with Posters
Children in Empty Lot
Boys Climbing the Fire Escape of a Deserted Building
Small Boy with Tricycle
Boys Playing in Wreckage of a Building
Boy Playing in Junk
Apartment with People, Harlem.
Two Houses Separated by the Beams of a Ragged House
Deteriorating Building Exterior
Madison and 110th Street.
[A. Coenties Slip ; B. Coenties Slip ; C. Jeanette Park ; D. North to Coenties Slip ; E. Looking east on Coenties ; F. Seamen's Church Institute.]
[Views of Coenties Slip.]
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Out of business florist shop.]
80 and 82 Beekman Street
Printed from a photograph taken between 1966 and 1967.
View south on Cliff Street at its intersection with Beekman
Buildings about to be demolished, West Side, Lower Manhattan
Printed from a photograph taken in 1967.
55 Fulton Street
Children's room with broken balloons, 18 Spruce Street
Abandoned artist's loft, 48 Ferry Street
Susquehanna Hotel, Self-portrait in a third-floor room with grass
Room in barrel maker's shop, 50 Ferry Street
Marilyn, in an abandoned building
Wall in the St. George building
Room in Washington Market
Self-portrait in an abandoned West Street hotel room
Dominick and a payloader inside 82 Beekman Street
Wall of the St. George building
Mel Rosenthal in his old bedroom in the South Bronx
Doll laying in empty lot filled with rubble
Teens clean up the rubble in order to create a neighborhood garden.
South of Cross Bronx Expressway, decals belie the truth of destruction for suburban commuters.
Decals in windows of deserted building hide the truth and portray a false picture of domestic tranquility....
Deserted, desolated buildings: "War Zone"
Storefronts on East 173rd Street. One with a German Shepard behind the roll-down gate.
Near Bathgate Avenue and East 173rd Street.