LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
Hell's Kitchen and Sebastopol
Tenement of 1863, for Twelve Families on Each Flat
Tenement of the Old Style.
Birth of the Air-Shaft
At the Cradle of the Tenement-- Doorway of an Old-Fashioned Dwelling on Cherry Hill
Upstairs in Blindman's Alley
An Old Rear-Tenement in Roosevelt Street
In the Home of an Itaian Rag-Picker, Jersey Street
Lodgers in a Crowded Bayard Street Tenement-- "Five Cents a Spot"
An All-Night Two-Cent Restaurant in "The Bend"
Bunks in a Seven Cent Lodging-House, Pell Street
In a Chinese Joint
"The Official Organ of Chinatown"
A Tramp's Nest in Ludlow Street
A Market Scene in the Jewish Quarter
The Old Clo'e's Man-- In the Jewish Quarters
"Knee-Pants" at Forty-Five Cents a Dozen-- A Ludlow Street Sweater's Shop
Bohemian Cigarmakers at Work in their Tenement
A Black-and-Tan Dive in "Africa"
The Open Door
Bird's Eye View of an East Side Tenement Block
The White Badge of Mourning
In Poverty Gap, West Twenty-Eighth Street. An English Coal-Heaver's Home
The Trench in Potter's Field
Prayer-Time in the Nursery-- Five Points House of Industry
"Didn't Live Nowhere"
Street Arabs in Sleeping Quarters
Getting Ready for Supper in the newsboys' Lodging House
A Downtown "Morgue"
A Growler Gang in Session
Typical Toughs (from the Rogues' Gallery)
Hunting River Thieves
Sewing and Starving in an Elizabeth Street Attic
A Flat in the Pauper Barracks, West Thirty-Eighth Street, with All its Furniture
Coffee at One Cent
Evolution of the Tenement in Twenty Years
General Plan of the Riverside Buildings (A.T. White's) in Brooklyn
Floor Plan of One Division in the Riverside Buildings, Showing Six "Apartments"