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Image from page 53 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)
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Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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is is Tenth Street on New Yorks lower East Side. The nearest grass is two blocks away, but youtt walk on it; the nearest park, four blocks. The horse-drawn merry-go-round costs a nickel;o; has a real calliope, and wee horses to ride. Fred, second child from left, is too big. Its illegal to be a child in New York an educator once said. especially Robin Hood stories. The second youngest of a fam-ily of five girls, two boys, he is said by his neighbors, friendsand family to be a good boy; he says his prayers mostnights, and his worst fault at home appears to be minor de-structiveness: recently he was spanked by his mother becausehe broke his sisters glasses accidentally. His older sister,Helen, gives him 70 cents a week allowance, which he spendson sodas, candy, comics, Scout dues; he also keeps the to he makes shoeshining on Saturdays; most of this he spendson kites or small boyish treasures, on Sunday outings toConey Island, or a movie now and again. He sees little of his
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. Wagner never recovered from the depression. He sees littlehis children, leaves their upbringing to their mother. Thisi typical East Side tenement kitchen. The curtains are yellow. Mrs. Wagner works from 5:30 to 11:30 each evening scrubbingin a skyscraper. Its the only job she could find that made itpossible for her also to take care of the children during the day. The baby of the family, Dottie, is seven and goesparochial school. Fred often puts her to bed. Bolsay their prayers regularly, attend Mass faitlifull
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Frank Hurley making a film on location in Papua New Guinea ca. 1923
Image by State Library of Queensland, Australia
Location: Mount Aird, Papua New Guinea.
Description: Frank Hurley took photographs during his expedition to Papua New Guinea and the Islands of the Torres Strait between 1920 and 1923. Inscription written on the back of photograph reads; ‘Captain Hurley taking cinema films from the summit of Mount Aird. In [the] background lies the Delta of Kikori River’. Hurley worked with both still and movie cameras. He made the film, ‘Pearls and Savages’, after his trip to Papua New Guinea and many of the still photographs were used to promote the film.
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