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King's Daughters Tenement Chapter, threading beads in the kindergarten.

King's Daughters Tenement Chapter, threading beads in the kindergarten.


Indians (Iroquois) at 511 Broome Street.

Indians (Iroquois) at 511 Broome Street.

Three Iroquois women working at a table.

One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.

One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.


Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Men working on caning and basketry in the workshop at Sailor's Snug Harbor, a facility and home for retired...

New York Association for the Blind, Interior, 2 Men Making Baskets and Mats.

New York Association for the Blind, Interior, 2 Men Making Baskets and Mats.


N. Y. Asso. for the Blind, Interior, Woman Weaving Rug.

N. Y. Asso. for the Blind, Interior, Woman Weaving Rug.

Young woman weaving a rug at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street.

Church, Christ's & Christ Church Memorial Bldgs. & Activities.

Church, Christ's & Christ Church Memorial Bldgs. & Activities.

Group of young men and instructors in a woodshop class at Christ Church.

Schools, School for the Feeble-Minded Children.

Schools, School for the Feeble-Minded Children.

A female teacher working with a group of developmentally disabled boys at caning furniture.

New York Assoc. of the Blind, Interior of Salesroom.

New York Assoc. of the Blind, Interior of Salesroom.


Virginia Day Nursery.

Virginia Day Nursery.

A display of furniture and household items, and sign reading "Home Repair Shop" at the Virginia Day Nursery...

N. Y. Asso. for the Blind, Interior, Girl Crocheting Rug.

N. Y. Asso. for the Blind, Interior, Girl Crocheting Rug.

Young woman crocheting a rug at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street.

One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.

One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.


New York Association for the Blind.

New York Association for the Blind.


One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.

One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.


Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Men working on caning and basketry in the workshop at Sailor's Snug Harbor, a facility and home for retired...

Virginia Day Nursery.

Virginia Day Nursery.

A display of "Samples of Boys' Carpentry" at the Virginia Day Nursery on 5th Street between Avenue B...

New York Assoc. for the Blind, Blind Man Getting Home Instruction in Caning a Chair.

New York Assoc. for the Blind, Blind Man Getting Home Instruction in Caning a Chair.


Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Men, one in a wheel-chair, outside at Sailor's Snug Harbor, a facility and home for retired sailors on...

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Men, one in a wheel-chair, weaving baskets at Sailor's Snug Harbor, a facility and home for retired sailors...

N.Y. Assoc. for the Blind, Men's Building, 338 East 35th Street, Interior, Rug Making Loom.

N.Y. Assoc. for the Blind, Men's Building, 338 East 35th Street, Interior, Rug Making Loom.

Blind man making a rug on a loom at the Bourne Memorial Building for Men Workers of the New York Association...

Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.

Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.


Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.

Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.


Old Mrs. Benoit in her Hudson Street attic, an Indian widow who lived there four years.

Old Mrs. Benoit in her Hudson Street attic, an Indian widow who lived there four years.


Indians (Iroquois) at 511 Broome Street.

Indians (Iroquois) at 511 Broome Street.

Three Iroquois women working at a table.

Old Mrs. Benoit in her Hudson Street attic, an Indian widow who lived there four years.

Old Mrs. Benoit in her Hudson Street attic, an Indian widow who lived there four years.


King's Daughters Tenement Chapter, threading beads in the kindergarten.

King's Daughters Tenement Chapter, threading beads in the kindergarten.


Virginia Day Nursery.

Virginia Day Nursery.

A display of leather goods, and sign reading "Students' Work" at the Virginia Day Nursery on 5th Street...

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Men, one in a wheel-chair, outside at Sailor's Snug Harbor, a facility and home for retired sailors on...

Virginia Day Nursery.

Virginia Day Nursery.

A display of students' leather work at the Virginia Day Nursery on 5th Street between Avenue B and Avenue...

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Men, one in a wheel-chair, weaving baskets at Sailor's Snug Harbor, a facility and home for retired sailors...

Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.

Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.


Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.

Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.


New York Assoc. for the Blind, Portrait of Blind, Deaf & Dumb Girl Winding Wool.

New York Assoc. for the Blind, Portrait of Blind, Deaf & Dumb Girl Winding Wool.


Indians (Iroquois) at 511 Broome Street.

Indians (Iroquois) at 511 Broome Street.

Three Iroquois women working at a table.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Sailors' Snug Harbor, Staten Island.

Men, one in a wheel-chair, outside at Sailor's Snug Harbor, a facility and home for retired sailors on...

Old Mrs. Benoit in her Hudson Street attic, an Indian widow who lived there four years.

Old Mrs. Benoit in her Hudson Street attic, an Indian widow who lived there four years.


Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.

Mountain Eagle and his Family of Iroquois Indians -- One of the few Indian families in the city, found at no. 6 Beach Street, Dec. 1895.


One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.

One Way of bringing the Children into Camp: Basket-weaving in Vacation School.


Virginia Day Nursery.

Virginia Day Nursery.

A display of baskets, and sign reading "Students' Work" at the Virginia Day Nursery on 5th Street between...

Virginia Day Nursery.

Virginia Day Nursery.

A display of leather goods, and sign reading "Students' Work" at the Virginia Day Nursery on 5th Street...

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