Don Freeman's Newsstand [Boy dancing.]
Children's Book Tryouts [Three boys sitting on chairs.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey and a friend walking down the street.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey climbing a fence.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey getting pigeons out of a cage.]
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey and other children on the sidewalk.]
Street Fight [Two boys wrestling in the street.]
Brooklyn Friends Seminary
Follow the Leader
Printed in 1995 from an earlier photograph taken 1936-1965.
Members of the de Peyster, Foster, and Hone families and others [Unidentified boy.]
Unbound addition to the album. | Photographs range in date from circa 1850 to circa 1890.
G. G. [Foster?]; Fred Foster [Members of the de Peyster, Foster, and Hone families and others.]
Photographs range in date from circa 1850 to circa 1890.
Gordon Meade Gibbs. 1901 [Frederick Seymour Gibbs, New York, 1900. Vol. I.]
Use Clark's O.N.T. Spool Cotton
Touch Him Again If You Dare
Copyrighted by G. F. Gilman 1875. Artist possibly John George Brown (1831-1913).
Henry [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Kids from around Hell Hill (West 59th St.)
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Man and a child warming up by a fire in a garbage can.]
Rodman Gilder with infant (Arthur Foote)
Child and Pet
Gun Duel Washington Heights
Bronx River Docks.
Raft Botanical Gardens
[Engine #32 at the Hangh and Keenan warehouse fire.]
[Children on a playground.]
[Boys sent out to farm by Children's Aid Society.]
[Boys at the Bronx River Falls.]
[Man petting a rhinoceros at the Bronx Zoo.]
[Johann Von Schiller Monument.]
[Boy dressed as a fireman.]
Boys on Stoop in Harlem.
Boy on Steps
Boy on Fire Escape with Mattress
Boy in Courtyard
Little Boys Leaning against Lamppost
[Boys playing in a ditch.]
Boy Seated with a Paper.
Boys in Back of Courtyard
Boy Standing by a Rickety Picket Fence
Four Boys around Table
Boys around Table
Boy and Mattress on Fire Escape
Boy & Mattress on Fire Escape
Boy on Fire Escape above a Littered Lot
Two Shoeshine Boys, Harlem.
Boys on Junk
Three Boys Leaning on an Iron Fence
Boys On Apartment Stoop, Harlem.