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Mulberry Street - Detroit Publishing Company

 Italian bread sellers in Mulberry Street, about 1900 - Detroit Publishing Company

 Italians' arrival in Mulberry Street. Rete dei Musei Siciliani dell'Emigrazione

Mulberry Street - Detroit Publishing Company

 Mulberry Street - Detroit Publishing Company

Mulberry Street - Detroit Publishing Company 


Man selling buttons during festival in Little Italy, 1908. Library of Congress.

Mulberry Street - 1900 Library of Congress - Keesee and Sidwell, p 418

Clam Seller - Detroit Publishing Company  1900ca

Mulberry Street - 1900 Library of Congress

Mulberry Bend in 1896 - Jacob Riis photo - Bayard Street in the north; Cross Street (changed to Park in 1854) in the south; Orange Street (changed to Baxter in 1854) on the west; and Mulberry Street on the east. 

Pasquale Caponigri's Bank at 20 Mott Street.

New York's First Avenue at East 29th Street during the annual Little Italy festa circa 1908.

 1911 - Mrs. Alfonso Ricca, 71 Sullivan St. 2[nd] floor back. Making rompers for Campbell Kids. Husband out of work. Location: New York, New York. 

1900 - Mott Street from Chatam Square - Detroit Publishing Company

1912 Italian woman carrying an enormous empty dry-goods-box for some distance along Bleeker Street, N.Y. Used for kindlings. Location: New York, New York (State) by Lewis Wickes Hine

 Street vender, Italian feast 1908

1900 Little Italy - vendor with wares displayed, New York

1912 - Italian shop on Mott Street 

1900 - Yard of tenement - Detroit Publishing Co

1905 - The tenement bath tub 


Feast of Saint Rocco, Bandits' Roost - Jacob Riis photo - 57 1/2 Mulberry Street on the Bend

Bandits' Roost in 1888 - Jacob Riis photo - 57 1/2 Mulberry Street on the Bend

Ragpickers Row in 1898 - Jacob Riis photo - 59 1/2 Baxter Street on the Bend 

 Bottle Alley, ca. 1888-98 - Jacob Riis photo - around the corner in Baxter Street, on the Mulberry Bend

1905 - Mulberry Bend after the destruction of Five Points.