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1896 - STREET TYPES OF NEW YORK CITY

Horse-drawn ash cart.

 Street sweeper and broom

 Street sweeper and handcart.

Two rag carts.

Emigrant and pretzel vendor.

Hansom driver standing in front of horse and cab.

Men loading horsedrawn snow carts.

Messenger boy and bike.

Newsboys.

Peddler of shoe strings.

Policeman, standing, full length, facing left.

Postman at letter box.

Street cleaner with pick ax standing in front of pile of snow.

Street cleaner with rubber boots shoveling snow.

The organ grinder and his wife, 1897.

SOURCE

Library of Congress