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COMMERCE: Washington Market area of Lower Manhattan teeming with buyers and sellers of unloaded goods. NY 1907

COMMERCE: Washington Market area of Lower Manhattan teeming with buyers and sellers of unloaded goods.

East Side Women discussing price of meat during NYC meat boycott April 1910.  This images is a great example of layering to keep warm. Bain Collection

Vintage Photos: G. Bain/East Side women discussing price of meat during meat boycott, 1910 [The 1910 meat boycott, to protest high prices, began in Cleveland, Ohio and spread across the nation.

This 1910 photo shows a Syrian pastry counter in the Little Syria neighborhood of Lower Manhattan in New York. Little Syria was a neighborhood that existed between the 1880s and 1940s in Lower Manhattan and was composed of Arab-Americans, both Christians and Muslims, who arrived from what is now Syria and surrounding countries. (Bain News Service/Library of Congress)

This 1910 photo shows a Syrian pastry counter in the Little Syria neighborhood of Lower Manhattan in New York. Little Syria was a neighborhood that existed between the 1880s and 1940s in Lower Manhattan and was composed of Arab-Americans, both Christians and Muslims, who arrived from what is now Syria and surrounding countries. (Bain News Service/Library of Congress)

CITY LIFE 1910:  This is Inwood. "But probably not one New Yorker in ten thousand knows anything about the extreme northerly end of Manhattan' Different from the Lower East Side, Five Points, and the Bowery.

CITY LIFE This is Inwood. "But probably not one New Yorker in ten thousand knows anything about the extreme northerly end of Manhattan' Different from the Lower East Side, Five Points, and the Bowery.

Early 1900's - NYC, Lower East Side of Manhattan in the, "Jewish Quarter". A view of immigrant life during America's Gilded Age. ~ {cwlyons}

Lower East Side Street Scene, early Library of Congress; Photo courtesy of Lower East Side Tenement Museum archives Lifetime Legacy: Family History

New York circa 1910, somewhere on the Lower East Side. "Bread for the poor." 5x7 glass negative, George Grantham Bain Collection

"Bread for the poor", Lower East Side, NYC, 1910 // Photo from the Shorpy Archive and the George Grantham Bain Collection.

Pedestrians and peddlers on Hester Street on the lower east side of Manhattan and is a traditionally Jewish neighborhood

Pedestrians and peddlers on Hester Street. Hester Street is on the lower east side of Manhattan and is a traditionally Jewish neighborhood.

New York circa 1910. Pell Street, Chinatown. Mon Lay Won, a restaurant that billed itself as the Chinese Delmonico, figured in the Tong Wars of the early 20th century.

New York circa Pell Street, Chinatown. Mon Lay Won, a restaurant that billed itself as the Chinese Delmonico, figured in the Tong Wars of the early century. -- Very high Resolution photo

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