Mrs. Larocca, 233 E. 107th St., N.Y., making willow plumes in an unlicensed tenement. Photo taken Feb. 29, 1912.

Mrs. Larocca, 233 E. 107th St., N.Y., making willow plumes in an unlicensed tenement. Photo taken Feb. 29, 1912. License was revoked Dec. 19, 1911.Applied for again Feb 7, 1912, inspected Feb. 13 and refused Feb 14, 1912. Feb. 29, 1912 I found nine families (including the janitress) at work on feathers or with traces of the day's work still on the floor. Still other families were reported to be doing the work also, but were not home. When our investigator made her first calls here, she found the whole tenement in much worse condition (see schedule) Children had bad skin trouble, fever, etc. Grandmother was working the day this photo was taken. New York, New York (State). Date Created/Published: 1912 February 29. LOC original medium: 1 photographic print. Child labor picture by Lewis Hine.


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I am working on my genealogy. My Grandma was born in Harlem, NY in 1902 and I found an image of the 1905 NY Census. My Grandma was 3 and my Great Grandparents lived at E.107th Street in 1905 (26th Election district of Manhattan, 32nd assembly district) and am trying to locate this. THERE WERE 84 families with them. Does anyone know where this address would be or the cross street?

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Andrea
California