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.
Sheridan Square, Fight to the Finish.
Boys Studying the Talmud.