The Poor Man's Home.—XVIII

  title={The Poor Man's Home.—XVIII},
  • Published 2017
ness or loss of work, in which circumstances great leniency is shown. The buildings of the company are on the east side, in one of the lowest and most densely-peopled districts in New York. From the fact that the majority of the tenants are Russian Jews, it will be inferred that they are mostly of the very poor, and also that their habits in the matter of… CONTINUE READING