Tenement Children, c1910 photo by Jessie Tarbox Beals
Tenement Interiors and Exteriors - print by Underwood & Underwood, circa 1908-1913
Love this Museum! inside the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in Manhattan
1935 - NYC Lower East Side Interior (from Tenement Museum)
September 1935. Washington, D.C. "Negro back yards near Capitol." A back alley view of some F Street tenements that are an interesting mix of appalling and appealing.
One of the underprivileged, Hull House neighbor, Chicago, 1910 (1910)
Slavic family living in a shack in cannery community in western New York, 1912
An Italian family has supper, East Side, New York City, 1915
Kitchen scene in Chicago tenement near Hull House, 1912 (1912)
A happy note in tenement life. A child is bathed and laundry is cleaned at the same time. East Side, New York City, 1905 (1905)
The picture looks like it was taken in a tenement kitchen in New York, c.1910, where Mrs Hyde Kittredge's lessons in tenement housekeeping were held and from which the lessons in "Housekeeping Notes" have been derived.
Little girl sewing to make money (New York, early 1900's)
Children sewing, New York (early 1900's)
Making doll clothes (Campbell Kids) in New York, 1912
Children making flowers and their father is unemployed. New York, early 1900's
The Star Public House 9Wootton, England0 about 1900 with William Gilbert and family standing outside. According to a note in the register of alehouse licences the Star beerhouse was first licensed in 1847. The deeds to the property go back to 1802 when the house divided into three tenements.
The kitchen served multiple roles in New York tenements in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Here, members of an immigrant family shell nuts at their kitchen table to earn money. Read more: http://forward.com/articles/127914/dishing-up-history/#ixzz2LDcLSI74
O'Connell building, a three story tenement building, c1895, with ground level storefronts at 399 Market St at the corner of Surrey St and opposite Henshaw St. The O'Connell building was built on land that formed part of the eleven acre grounds of the Brighton Stockyards that stretched behind Brighton's largest hotel, the famous Cattle Fair. 399 Market St was built by James O'Connell, who established a plumbing business in one of its storefronts. (Massachuseetts)