Italian street band.
In the home of an Italian Ragpicker, Jersey Street.
Italian mother and her baby in Jersey Street.
An Italian Home under a Dump.
It costs a Dallar a Month to sleep in the Sheds.
A woman holding a child, and men sitting in a rear yard of a Jersey Street tenement.
Italian flat in South Fifth Avenue.
Interior view of the tenement flat.
Pietro learning to make an Englis' letter.
A man with a pipe at a table with a boy.
Pietro learning to write.
A woman with an infant seated at a table with a boy using writing tools.
In the home of an Italtian Ragpicker, Jersey Street.
Italian mother and her baby in Jersey Street tenement.
Union Settlement House, A Citizenship Class for Italian Women in Harlem.
Old Italian Napping with His Dogs, Delancey and Allen Streets.
Italian Men Playing Bocce, Houston Street near First Avenue.
[33 Downing Street]
Northeast corner of Downing at Bedford Street.
[2323 First Avenue]
Farmacia Italiana is visible.
Murillo in New York
Boy holding a shoe-shine kit.
"Boys Coming Home," Italian neighborhood, Shelter Bath and Pavillion, Jefferson Park
View of a celebration in Thomas Jefferson Park at 111th St. and 1st Ave. for soldiers coming home from...
Italian flat in South Fifth Ave.
Yard in Jersey Street Tenement.
Italian Families in New York
Photographs of members of Italian families participating in different events and activities, including...
Photographs of Congressman Vito Marcantonio visiting the Italian-American Rossi family at their home....
Italian Family in New York
Photographs of the Italian-American Rossi family at their home. Depicts the matriarch of the family,...
Mulberry Street Scene
"Little Italy." -- Resting.
"Little Italy." -- The Morning Market.
"Little Italy." -- Vegetable Stands.
"Little Italy." -- In Mulberry Bend.
"Little Italy." -- Garlic Venders.
"Little Italy." -- Fresh Bread.
Petrosino in Heaquarters Italian Police Squad
[Bocce ball or outdoor bowling.]
[South east corner of Elizabeth and Broome Streets.]
[The altar erected to San Calogero.]
Bowling Italian Style, 1st Avenue & Allen Street.
Group playing bocce ball.
Don Freeman's Newsstand
November, 1937. 20 pages. A biomonthly magazine of drawings in lightographs. Subscriptions, 6 issues...
An Organ Grinder in the Italian Quarter.