Section: Tenement Life: Visual Tour
 

Directory: New York City History

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Special Section: Early New York City Tenement Life in Pictures: A Visual Tour


Sub Section: Lewis Wickes Hine's Photo Collection at the George Eastman House
Web Link Tenement Life-child bathing in Sink
Web Link Poor Home New York City Tenement
Web Link Child Labor At Home
Web Link New York Tenement Family Gets Fresh Air On a Hot Day, 1910
Web Link Newsboys in the early 1900s
Web Link Street Play in the Early Days of New York City-1910
Web Link Boys With Wagons of Scrap Wood
Web Link Boy Carrying Home Work From New York  Sweatshops
Web Link Negro Family, Tenement Living Photo
Web Link Italian Family Making Artificial Flowers in Tenement Building
Web Link Boys Working in Subway Bowling Alley at Night 1910
Web Link Firewood-East Side New York 1912
Web Link Women Rag Pickers-1915
Web Link Tenement Street Scene-1910
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Sub Section: The Marchand Collection At The University of California On Tenement Living
Web Link Italian Immigrants in the Sleeping Quarters that New York offered the Newcomers.
Web Link Three boys sleeping in a corner by a sewer grating.
Web Link Children on Street, Lower East Side, NYC c.1906
Web Link A Ludlow Street Tenement Sweat shop 1889
Web Link Children Playing in Street Sprinkler 1915
Web Link Father, mother and daughter work together sewing clothing at home."
Web Link An Italian family and five bunches of artificial flowers in its New York City Home, 1908.
Web Link Hester Street, c. 1903. The heart of New York City's Lower East Side
Web Link Child tenement dwellers on a fire escape
Web Link An alley strewn with bottles and trash, 1889
Web Link Mother with infant and children in sleeping area of a crowded tenement apartment, c.1910
Web Link Immigrants making clothing at a shop, 1912
Web Link Mother and children in a tenement kitchen, 1915
Web Link IImmigrant family working on sewing at home: the Romana family, New York City, 1912.
Web Link Pushcart peddler in Lower East Side, New  York, early 1900s.
Web Link Crowded Hester Street, early 1900s.
Web Link Immigrant factory workers outside a plant about 1910
Web Link A Street in the Five Points district of New York City, 1870. The slum streets were narrow, crowded and strewn with garbage.
 

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Sub Section: The Jacob Riis Photo Collection: "How The Other Half Lives" This 1890 book exposed the shameful conditions of life in New York City's tenement district.
Web Link Room In A Tenement 1910
Web Link Shooting Craps
Web Link Shoemaker, Broome Street, early 1890s
Web Link Jersey Street Tenements
Web Link Tenement House Yard
Web Link An Old Rear Tenement in Roosevelt Street
Web Link In the Home of An Italian Rag Picker, Jersey Street
Web Link Lodgers in a Crowded Bayard Street Tenement
Web Link Bohemian Cigarmakers At Work In Their Tenement
Web Link A flat in the pauper barracks, West 38 St., with all its furniture
Web Link Under the dump, Rivington Street, about 1890
Web Link Knee-pants" at forty-five cents a dozen--a Ludlow Street sweater's shop
Web Link Sabbath Eve in a coal cellar, Ludlow Street, early 1890s
Web Link The man slept in this cellar for four years, about 1890
Web Link Street Arabs in night quarters
Web Link In poverty Gap, West 28 Street: an English coal-heaver's home
Web Link The Tramp [in a Mulberry Street yard]
Web Link Bunks in a seven-cent lodging-house, Pell Street
Web Link Stale Bread Vendor
Web Link Panorama of Fire-escapes
Web Link Hester Street, early 1890s
Web Link Jewish Neighborhood
Web Link Necktie workshop in a Division Street Tenement, 1889
Web Link Fighting tuberculosis on the roofighting tuberculosis on the roof
Web Link Vegetable stand in "the Bend"Vegetable stand in "the Bend"
Web Link Women in gotham Court sewing "pants" for the sweaterWomen in gotham Court sewing "pants" for the sweater
Web Link Craps in the hall of the newsboys's lodging-house
Web Link Boys Ball Team
 

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Sub Section: New York State Library Digital Collection: Working Woman of the Tenements
Web Link "Night work of women."Newspaper article from the New York Times of April 29,1914. The article written by Josephine Goldmark, Publication Secretary of the Consumers' League of New York City, cites a report of the New York Factory Investigation Commission regarding the difficulties women face raising families during the day and working night shifts and excessive overtime, in support of better labor laws.
Web Link Interview with Jenny Friedman, of Brooklyn, N.Y. 1913  A Female factory worker at H. Dansky & Co.'s paper box factory in New York City.
Web Link Interview with Annie Regar 1913 a female factory worker at Cymrot & Cohen's paper box factory in New York City.)
Web Link Interview with Sara Herman 1913  a female factory worker  at Cymrot & Cohen's paper box factory in New York City.)
Web Link Interview with Antonette Morrella 1913 a female factory worker at  Cymrot & Cohen's paper box factory in New York City.
Web Link Interview with Eva Epstein  1913 a female factory worker at Cymrot & Cohen's paper box factory in New York City.
Web Link Interview with Mrs. Marie Beriola 1914 a female factory worker.
Web Link Interview with Jenny D'Anagello 1914 a female factory worker
 

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Sub Section: New York State Library Digital Collection: What some men earned in 1913 (images)
Web Link H. Rover (Watchman)
Web Link Harry Nevreno (Engine Room)
Web Link A. Klein (Oiler and Assistan Eng.)
Web Link Paul Corinusky (sugar pulverizer)


Special Mention: The History Box Presents: New York Tenement Life (Photos) with a brief description

 

 

 
 
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