Young women and girls seated and standing near a tent.
Organized Charity. [Children Resting in Outside Infirmary].
Children bundled up on sleeping porch.
The only Bath-tub in the Block: it hangs in the Air Shaft.
Tommy holding his bootblack kit.
Typical Toughs (from the Rogues' Gallery).
Mug shots of two criminals.
Truck Farming on the Site of Stryker's Lane.
Children planting a new garden.
Photographs, Prints & Drawings
"Little Susie at Her Work," Gotham Court.
The Spinning Room overseer and his flock.
Group of employees, mostly children, posed in front of an unidentified Mississippi cotton mill.
The Verdict of the Rogue Gallery.
Mugs shots of eight teenage outlaws and their fates.
The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
Two boys holding sticks lean on a fence that reads "Please Keep Off the Grass".
[Children tending to the garden.]
A Tammany-swept East Side Street before Col. Waring's Day.
Hand-colored view of a filthy East 5th Street during the Tammany era.
Mulbery Bend Park taken in 1900.
The Church Street Station Lodging-room, in which I [Jacob A. Riis] was robbed.
Bandits' Roost - a Mulberry Bend Alley.
The Riverside Tenements in Brooklyn.
[Young cotton mill operators.]
The Yellow Newspapers' Contribution.
Organized Charity. Children at Sea Breeze at play.
"Shooting Craps: The Game of the Street," Bootblacks and Newsboys.
Organized Charity. Dirty Tenement Hallway.
Oak Street police lodging.
Men on a sleeping platform.
A Cooking Lesson in Vacation School: the Best Temperance Sermon.
Organized Charity. At "Caroline Rest" A.I.C.P.
Organized Charity. Sweeping back the ocean.
A girl on a beach with a broom, "sweeping" the surf.
"Didn't live nowhere."
"The Sun never enters here."
Manual Training Class, Public School.
Boys in summer school wood shop class at Brooklyn's P.S. 32.
Organized Charity. Night Messenger Service.
The Mott Street Barracks.
Rushing the Growler.
A young boy standing in a pen or yard holding a bucket.
Crowd at opening of a small park before it was made.
Waiting to be let into playground.
School playground of old style in Wooster St. School.
An indoor playground.
Organized Charity. Family making artificial flowers.
Organized Charity. Minding the Baby, "A little mother".
[Man and woman with group of young children.]
Children in line according to height in front of a window sill of flower arrangements.
36-36 1/2 Baxter St. as the place was before rear ten. was torn down by Board of Health in 1897 under the Tenement House Law.
Alfred Corning Clark Buildings.
A classroom in a public school on either Allen Street or Chrystie Street.
Organized Charity. In the Oyster Camps, Child Labor.
[Man seated on bed in attic living quarters.]
[Seated boys under dump.]
Boys seated on planks under a dump. Some figures appear to have been drawn onto the original photograph....
Organized Charity. An outdoor public school for tuberculosis children.
A girl seated in a school desk outdoors at Manhattan's P.S. 21.
"Slept in that cellar four years."
A man atop a make-shift bed that consists of a plank across two barrels.
A Typical East Side Block.
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.
Giving the boy a show. West Side Playground.
A boy giving his brother a piggy-back ride in the West Side Playground at 68th Street.
Photographic reproduction a painting of a New York recreation pier.
A carrying-in-boy in a Virginia glass factory. He works all night every other week.
One Door that has been opened: St. John's Park in Hudson Street, -- once a graveyard.
Organized Charity. Outdoor school.
The Same Street when Colonel Waring wielded the Broom.