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1896 Familiar Beggars in NYC ~ Article & Photos

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1896 Familiar Beggars in NYC ~ Article & Photos

This is an original illustrated magazine article that has been carefully extracted from an 1896 issue of Metropolitan Magazine.

Photos include:

ï The grizzled Mariner of 23rd street
ï His appeal seldom fails
ï His loss was his gain
ï A robust object from the waist upward
ï The blind German of 6th Avenue
ï The colored gentleman with a fog-horn voice who frequents 42nd street

Title: Typical Mendicants of New York by Robert L. Watson

Length (includes front & back): 4 pages

Approximate Page Size (in inches): 6 x 9

Condition: VG to excellent (the atticpaper watermark does not appear on the actual article)

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Price: $11.99

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