#355 Unknown Photographer In “Fourth Report of the Tenement house Department of the City of New York, January 1st, 1907 – December 31st, 1908,” opposite page 32. Caption: TYPICAL OLD-LAW TENEMENTS: BUILDING AT LEFT ERECTED IN 1890. FIVE-STORY BUILDING ADJOINING BUILT AS LATELY AT 1892, SIX ROOMS DEEP. (1892 BUILDING – 19 FORSYTH STREET) In “Housing Reform in New York City”, Report of the Tenement H ouse Committee of the Charity Organization Society of the City of New York, 1911, 1912, 1913. Issued January, 1914. Page 16. Caption: TENEMENT HOUSE BUILT AS SEPARATE UNITS ON LOTS 25 FEET BY 100 FEET. Narrow, Deep Buildings, Difficult to Plan. Note: These buildings were demolished when the approach to the Manhattan Bridge (competed 1911) was constructed. Manhattan Bridge (completed 1911) was constructed.