A Century of Photography: 1888

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James Walker, Vistors at the Museum, ca. 1888 (476.2000)

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Jacob Riis (1849-1914), Bandits’ Roost, 1888, (235.1982)

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Jacob Riis (1849-1914), Baxter St. Alley, 1888 (266.1982)

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Jacob Riis (1849-1914), Mullen’s Alley, 1888 (204.1982)

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Unidentified Photographer, [Unidentified Woman], ca. 1888 (2012.111.60)

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Frank Wendt (1858-1930), George Levasseur, Champion Back-Lifter of the World, Pawnee Bill’s Wild West, 1888 (2011.47.120)

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James Walker, Berlin, ca. 1888 (254.2000)

A Century of Photography: 1888

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One Response to A Century of Photography: 1888

  1. Hilda Fernhout says:

    Mullen’s Alley was used as a cover for

    “Lost On The River”
    by
    The New Basement Tapes

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