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Jacob A. Riis (1849–1914).  The Battle with the Slum.  1902.

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Addams, Miss J., Chicago work to Bottle Alley, Whyo gang headquarters
Bowery lodging houses, see Lodging houses to Census—Death-rate, see that title
School census to Committee of Fifteen, evidence of Tammany corruption
Consumers’ League, work of to Solid block
Drunkards and slum homes to Fourth Ward, examination of girls’ school
Fourth Ward slum to Helvetia House demolition
Hester Street—School—Club room to Gambling
Home scene—sewing “pants to Long Island—Homewood plan
Stewart house, failure of to Effect of reform
Italian criminals, nest of to Park Street, cellars
Parks and playgrounds to Increase statistics
Inquiry by United States government disclosures to Reform administration
Tenement House Commission appointed, 1900 to Schools, public—Sunday opening proposed
Teachers’ attitude to reform to Social halls scheme
Social movement, use of the public school to Tenement House Exhibition, 1900, effect of
Tenements—Airshaft, tenants’ uses and peril of to Sunlight, assessment of value
Sweating, see that title to Woman’s Hotel for working women, need of
Woodbine, Hirsch colony in New Jersey to Working people’s dwellings, see Tenements

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