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Tramps and Vagrants in Urban
Images of the Homeless in American Art 18601910
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Administration almshouse American artists Asylum became beggars boys camps Castello Plan causes of vagrancy Charity Organization Society charity reformers Chicago Church City's depicted early efforts Emergency Relief federal flophouses ftall Harpers Weekly Harry Hopkins Hine hobo homeless poor homeless women Hoofe hospitals Hotel images immigrant indigent individuals industrial institutions Island Jacob Jacob Riis Kim Hopper labor Laubach less Lewis Hine living Manhattan mendicants missions Municipal Lodging House Museum Newsboy night nineteenth century number of homeless Oil on canvas Orphan painters painting paupers percent Philadelphia photographs police station Poor Law population poverty problem prostitution public shelter realistic Report residents response to homelessness Riis Collection Riis's road Rothman saloons Salvation Army schnorrers skid row sleep social subjects tenement theit tion tramps Transient Program twentieth century underclass unemployed urban vagrants Ward's Island welfare workers Wotk York City