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Boys' Club of New York records. Series VII: Photographs.
Boys’ Club of New York
Teenage art students painting a mural with Maxwell B. Starr at Tompkins Square Building [i.e. Harriman Clubhouse], Lower East Side, New York City.
The collection contains 403 photographic negatives produced circa 1920-1980 (bulk 1920-1950) by commercial photographers on behalf of The Boys’ Club of New York ("BCNY"). The majority depict young BCNY members engaged in a variety of activities, either at the club’s Tompkins Square Building (later renamed Harriman Clubhouse) or at the William Carey Camp in Jamesport, New York. Many of the photographs were published in annual reports, where they served to promote the organization’s work.
Boys--Societies and clubs--New York (State)--New York
Boys’ Club of New York--Photographs
Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.)--Photographs
Negatives (photographs)Black-and-white negatives
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