Organized Charity. Family making artificial flowers.
Organized Charity. "A home nurse."
In a Ludlow Street tenement lodging cellar.
In Poverty Gap, West Twenty-Eighth St. An English Coal-Heaver's Home.
Ready for Sabbath Eve in a Coal Cellar - a cobbler in Ludlow Street.
An Italian Home under a Dump.
Shoemaker working in a house in the yard of 219 Broome Street, which the landlord built when the sanitary police put him out of the basement. Clatterpole sticks up through his house. Rent $12 a month.
Living Room in Riverside Buildings, Brooklyn.
Ludlow Street cellar habitation, Dec. 1895.
The Old Gribbon sisters at 5 Van Dam Street photographed Dec. 1895 after I [Jacob A. Riis] had got them pensioned by Miss Emily Vanderbilt Sloane.
Children in "The Ship," destroyed by B. of Health in 1897, after the visit of Roosevelt & myself [Jacob A. Riis] there.