[Malvina Rappel at WEVD.]
A Growler Gang in Session.
Poverty Gap Transformed -- the spot where Young Healey was murdered is now a playground.
[Young man dancing at a Palestinian wedding at Widdi's Catering Hall.]
Printed from a photograph taken on August 22, 1999.
[Groom in a traditional dance at a Palestinian wedding at Widdi's Catering Hall.]
Baroque fantasies of the old Jefferson Market Court House
View of Jefferson Market from West 10th Street between 6th Avenue and Greenwich Avenue.
Rockefeller Center Excavation
Bedrock foundations of Rockefeller Center with construction in background.
Oldest Frame House in New York, 6 Weehawken Street
Hotel Brevoort, 15 Fifth Avenue at 8th Street
Building facade and awning of Hotel Brevoort.
Housefront in SoHo
Brick building facade with three dormers on the roof. White door is slightly ajar.
Bunks in a Seven-Cent Lodging House, Pell Street.
Night in Gotham Court.
Sleeping lodgers or residents on the floor of a Gotham Court tenement.
A Boarder at the Rutgers Street Dump.
In the home of an Italtian Ragpicker, Jersey Street.
Italian mother and her baby in Jersey Street tenement.
Prayer-time in the Nursery - Five Points House of Industry.
"Little Susie at Her Work," Gotham Court.
Hunting River Thieves.
Bohemian cigar makers at work in their tenement.
"Minding the Baby," Cherry Hill.
"Slept in that cellar four years."
A man atop a make-shift bed that consists of a plank across two barrels.
An Italian Home under a Dump.
Street Arabs in sleeping quarters.
Three children curled up on a metal grate in a below-grade areaway.
Bandits' Roost - a Mulberry Bend Alley.
In a Sweat-Shop.
"12 year old boy at work pulling threads. Had sworn certificate he was 16 -- owned under cross-examination...
Lodgers in a crowded Bayard Street tenement - "Five cents a spot."
"Ready for Sabbath Eve in a Coal Cellar" - a cobbler in Ludlow Street.
"Knee-pants" at forty five cents a dozen -- A Ludlow Street Sweater's Shop.
Reporters Office at 301 Mulberry Street.
Baxter Street Alley in Mulberry Bend, now destroyed.
Mullen's Alley, Cherry Hill.
Scene on the Roof of the Mott Street Barracks
Families on the roof of a tenement building known as the Mott Street Barracks between Bleecker and Houston...
Street Arabs -- night boys in sleeping quarters.
Three boys curled around a barrel, asleep at the bottom of stairs.
In a Sweat Shop.
Necktie workshop in a Division Street tenement.
Sewing Pants for the Sweater - in Gotham Court.
Saluting the Flag in the Mott Street Industrial School.
Young students salute the American flag at Mott Street Industrial School.
Night school in the west side lodging house. Edward, the little pedlar, caught napping.
"Shooting Craps: The Game of the Street," Bootblacks and Newsboys.
The Church Street Station Lodging-room, in which I [Jacob A. Riis] was robbed.
Men's lodging room in West 47th Street Station.
Police Station Lodgers - Women's lodging room in West 47th Street Station.
Police Station Lodgers 13. Elizabeth Street Station--Women Lodgers.
East Side Public Schools 1. A class in the condemned Essex Market School, Gas burning by day.
A classroom in a public school on either Allen Street or Chrystie Street.
Hester Street. The Street, the school children's only playground.
Daytime foot traffic on Hester Street.
What the Boys Learn on Their Street Playground.
Two boys standing next to a cart, possibly stealing.
Nibsy's Alley at 47 1/2 Crosby Street, torn down in the Fall of 1895.
Baxter Street Alley, directly in the rear of Bandits' Roost.
Arch under the first rear tenement at 55 Baxter Street leading to the second rear, with stairs up which Vincenzo Nino went to murder his wife in 1895. House believed to be haunted.
Indians (Iroquois) at 511 Broome Street.
Three Iroquois women working at a table.
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.
"The Ship" in Hamilton Street, December 1895, Hallway, one flight up.
Old Mrs. Benoit in her Hudson Street attic, an Indian widow who lived there four years.