Immigrants arriving at Ellis Island for processing in 1907.
A Chinese-American man walking with son on the street in NYC’s Chinatown district.
A group of Jewish citizens recite prayers on the pedestrian path of the Williamsburg Bridge for the Jewish New Year.
Spectators enjoy a musical performance at one of Central Park’s pavilions.
A small crowd gathers near Bethesda Fountain to enjoy pleasant weather and boat rides on the lake.
The street is packed with the traffic of horses and carriages at the intersection of 5th Avenue and 59th Street.
Photograph shows unemployed men and boys meeting in Union Square, New York City.
Horse and carriage making its way along Riverside Drive, an avenue which was opened in 1880 and was well-used by walkers, bikers, and drivers.
Street vendors selling hotdogs and lemonade on Broad Street in Manhattan.
Poor sanitary conditions have become commonplace, as evidenced by this photo of children play in the street gutter within a few feet of a dead horse.
Children trying to catch goldfish in the remaining puddles of Union Square’s Fountain.
Photograph of a busy downtown street, Looking up Broadway from Custom House.
Horses and carriages move along the underpass of the elevated train tracks following 8th Avenue.
A few of many street vendors selling their goods at the Italian Feast of San Gennaro, which is still celebrated in a similar manner today.
Rows of carriages on 23rd Street are blockaded from the January 24th storm which covered the city in 11" of snow.
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