Boy with Crutches Resting Against Fire Alarm

 

Name
Brown Brothers (New York, N.Y.) (Photographer)
Community Service Society of New York (Former owner,Issuing body)
Title
Boy with Crutches Resting Against Fire Alarm
Collection Name
Community Service Society records
Shelf Location
Box no. 296, Folder no. 66, Item no. 1291, Photograph no. 1060
Subjects
People with disabilities; Newspapers; Fire alarms; Children with disabilities; Children; Boys; New York (N.Y.)
Format
photographs
Genre
photographs
Date
circa 1918
Note
Annotation on back: Courtesy of COMMUNITY SERVICE SOCIETY OF NEW YORK 105 East 22 Street, New York 10, N.Y. Return to Corporate Services - Archives
Duplicate 8 x 10 print in Extra Print File. Negative on file at Brown Bros., 220 West 42 STreet, N.Y.C. Only Brown Bros. negative to be used.) The newspaper is Hearst's New York Journal. The first word of the headline is too faint to make out but the rest reads - REPORTS TEUTON REPULSE. The last two words of the line above are Rumanian Neutrality. World War I?
Library Location
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Also In
Community Service Society photographs
Persistent URL
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/y0xy-8m36