Arrested for drunkenness
School room, day nursery, NY
Boys diving off pier
Arrested for Thieving
Salvation Army meeting
Newsboys in City Hall Park
A Rookery in Mulberry Bend
[Family group portrait.]
A portrait on a grassy knoll of women and children seated with men standing behind holding infants.
[View of rocky beach.]
[Group portrait taken on rocks by the water.]
[Around the campsite.]
[Pitched tent on platform and old man with a pipe.]
[Summer camp on edge of water.]
[Old man getting a shave, in the woods.]
One Family's Outlook on the Airshaft. The Mother said, "Our Daughter does not care to come Home to Sleep."
[Raising the flag.]
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
Just Beginning Work on Dead Cat Dump, Section B.
A vacant lot about to be turned into a community garden by neighborhood children.
["Riis Camp," Eight boys at lake.]
Young men covered with mud, each has a letter on his chest, to spell "RIIS CAMP".
[Young boys in lake.]
[Family in front of old shanty.]
A family in the yard outside of their shanty house--row houses/tenements visible beyond.
[Young man covered in mud.]
A man wading in a lake, covered with mud.
[Goats in their stable.]
Three goats in a brick pen.
[Young men around the tent.]
[Young man taking picture of his friends.]
"The Barracks", Washington Street
Alley in Thompson Street
Juvenile Toughs, Mulberry Bend
Group of Children, Mulberry Bend
Blackwell's Island, Alms house
Ludlow Street Jail, exterior
Police Headquarters [Central Department of Metropolitan Police]
Five Points Mission House
Bowery Lodging House, Interior
Liberty enlightening the world. Statue is 49 years old.
Making a purchase of fish from a[n] East Side pushcart.
From the 41st floor of a skyscraper at 41st Street and Madison Avenue. Looking south. Statue of Liberty in distance.
Above the rooftops. 41st floor, 41st Street. Looking toward the East River. Williamsburg Bridge in the distance.
Sailing time, the whistle blows and the great ship is off for foreign lands.
The Monarch of Bermuda leaving her pier at West 55th Street, Hudson River.
"S.S. American Legion." Outward bound - opposite 23rd Street.
The last stand of the antique carriages of the "Golden Nineties", a strange sight among New York's smart motor traffic.
And so with this view - we bid good-bye to the world's greatest city.
Public School 167 in the Bronx, Main Entrance.
The Mott Street Barracks.
[68-70-72-74 Thompson St. Clotheslines.]
Organized Charity. [Children Resting in Outside Infirmary].
Children bundled up on sleeping porch.
Blackwell's Island, Cell in Penitentiary.
A male prisoner in a cell at the penitentiary on Blackwell's Island.
Drawing of Seward Park Pavilion.
Reproduction of an engraving of colonaded Seward Park Pavilion.
[Children playing at stoop -- Lower East Side.]
The Board of Election Inspectors in the Beach Street School.
Portrait of three girls who served as inspectors in the first Board of Election at the Beach Street Industrial...
An industrial area including warehouses and a lot full of empty horse wagons, possibly in Brooklyn.