Peddler under the "L"
Angels Voices Sweetly Calling
Traveling Tin Shop
The location of the photograph is unknown but the neighborhood resembles Talman and Jay Streets in the...
Crowd of people gathered on the street near the stadium at the Westpoint-Annapolis football game at Franklin...
[Peddlers on East Side.]
[55-57 Hester Street.]
[Peddler on Houston Street.]
Fulton Fish Market: Fish Peddler Selling Sand Shark.
Street Peddler, Harlem, NYC, 1940s
"Angel Voices Sweetly Calling"
Traveling Tin Shop [Variant]
"Slept in that cellar four years."
A man atop a make-shift bed that consists of a plank across two barrels.
Street Scenes, Mulberry Street, Peddlers.
Pedestrians and push-carts on Mulberry Street.
Immigration, Battery Park.
Street Scenes, Hester Street, Jewish Quarter.
The crowd, mostly women, shopping at push-carts on Hester Street.
The crowd shopping at push-carts on Hester Street.
Hester St.--Buying Vegetables.
Street scene of peddlers and street vendors on Hester Street on the Lower East Side in 1898.
People shopping at push-carts and storefronts on Hester Street.
Women shopping at push-carts and storefronts on Hester Street.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Hester St.--Buying Drinks.
[Woman street vendor with customer.]
An elderly street vendor talking with a well-dressed younger woman.
Men and boys working at a drink vending cart on Hester Street.
Shoelace Peddler Trinity Church Railing [Street Types of New York.]
Unbound photograph album.
Bag Peddler, First Ave. & 13th St.
Street Scenes, Hester Street, Jewish Quarter [Buying Vegetables.]
30 Broad Street.
Exchange Place toward the Continental Bank Building at 30 Broad Street; pedestrians and fruit vendor...
[30 Broad Street.]
Women shopping at push-carts on Hester Street in front of Pubic School 75.
Building, Roger Peet & Co., Broadway & Warren St.
Taken from opposite corner of the Roggers Peet Store with pedestrians.
People, mostly women, crowded around a peddler on Hester Street.
Harlem Slum Area, Wesley MacArdell Films.
Modern print made by Arthur Vitols in 1993 from an original Byron negative made on June 11, 1932.