The Mott Street Boys, "Keep off the Grass".
Two boys holding sticks lean on a fence that reads "Please Keep Off the Grass".
A Tammany-swept East Side Street before Col. Waring's Day.
Hand-colored view of a filthy East 5th Street during the Tammany era.
[Children tending to the garden.]
[Thompson Street, bird's eye view.]
Clotheslines across the backyards of tenements on Thompson Street.
Men's lodging room in West 47th Street Station.
The Same Street when Colonel Waring wielded the Broom.
Mulbery Bend Park taken in 1900.
The Church Street Station Lodging-room, in which I [Jacob A. Riis] was robbed.
Athletic meets in Crotona Park.
Boys and girls engaged in dumbell and unison excercises at a public school athletic meet.
An All-Night Two-Cent Restaurant, in "The Bend".
Bandits' Roost - a Mulberry Bend Alley.
Public School 167 in the Bronx, Main Entrance.
The only Bath-tub in the Block: it hangs in the Air Shaft.
[Lower East Side Street Scene.]
Manual Training Class, Public School.
Boys in summer school wood shop class at Brooklyn's P.S. 32.
Waiting at table, vacation school.
Prayer-time in the Nursery - Five Points House of Industry.
A Downtown "Morgue."
Men in a crowded in an "Black and Tan" dive bar.
The Riverside Tenements in Brooklyn.
Court at No. 24 Baxter Street.
A Rookery in Mulberry Bend
The Mott Street Barracks.
The Inspector's Model.
[Young cotton mill operators.]
[68-70-72-74 Thompson St. Clotheslines.]
A young boy standing in front of a radiator.
The 'Soup House Gang' Class in History in the Duane Street Newsboys' Lodging House.
Newsboys--the "Soup House Gang"--in a night-school session at the Duane Street Newsboys' Lodging House....
[Family group portrait.]
A portrait on a grassy knoll of women and children seated with men standing behind holding infants.
The Yellow Newspapers' Contribution.
Organized Charity. Children at Sea Breeze at play.
Organized Charity. [Children Resting in Outside Infirmary].
Children bundled up on sleeping porch.
A Seven-cent Lodging House in the Bowery.
Men in bunk bed hammocks.
Blindman's Alley, 22 Cherry Street.
The Offical Organ of Chinatown.
"Didn't live nowhere."
Tammany Street cleaning before Waring's Days in front of 9 Varick Place.
Copy of a photograph of a filthy street during the Tammany era.
In Poverty Gap, West Twenty-Eighth St. An English Coal-Heaver's Home.
Organized Charity. Dirty Tenement Hallway.
Blackwell's Island, Cell in Penitentiary.
A male prisoner in a cell at the penitentiary on Blackwell's Island.
Portrait of a pipe-smoking tramp seated in a Mulberry Street yard in front of a ramshakle shanty.
[View of rocky beach.]
[Group portrait taken on rocks by the water.]
Baby Nursery in Five Points House of Industry, at supper.
[Prisoners before police judge]
[17. Sullivan Street Back Alley.]
A hat hangs on an alley wall.
Facsimile of an Original Map of the City of New York Made in 1728 From Actual Survey.
Riverside Buildings, Brooklyn. Interior Court, Winter.
[Rural scene and canal.]
Public School 154 Bronx, Northeast.
General plan of the RIverside Buildings (A. T. White's) in Brooklyn.
Reproduction of the second floor and site plan of the Riverside Buildings housing project in Brooklyn,...
Drawing of Seward Park Pavilion.
Reproduction of an engraving of colonaded Seward Park Pavilion.
An old rear-tenement in Roosevelt Street.
[Around the campsite.]
Main Entrance of Public School 153 Bronx.
[Children playing at stoop -- Lower East Side.]