Community Service Society Photographs

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Pitt Street

Pitt Street
CSS Description
#327 Unknown Photographer 49 Pitt Street between Delancey and Rivington Streets. P.S. 4 is on the corner of Pitt and Rivington. It is now (1970) a grade school up to sixth grade, but used to be a Junior High. One of the long-time residents of the neighborhood remembers the Russian Turkish Baths at 51 Pitt. That building and the one two doors up the street with the peaked trim on the windows have been torn down. The other side of the block was demolished to make way for a public housing project - Gompers Houses, 50 Pitt Street.
Item Information
Title
Pitt Street
Date
circa 1905
Item Number
234
Photograph Number
327
Format
photographs
Corporate Designation
Community Service Society of New York
Borough
Manhattan
Street Names
Pitt Street, 49
Annotation on Back
49 Pitt St c1905
Places
New York (N.Y.); Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.)
Topics
Streets; Schoolgirls; School children; Girls; Children; Carriages and carts; Buildings
Box and Folder Number
296: 24
CSS Description
#327 Unknown Photographer 49 Pitt Street between Delancey and Rivington Streets. P.S. 4 is on the corner of Pitt and Rivington. It is now (1970) a grade school up to sixth grade, but used to be a Junior High. One of the long-time residents of the neighborhood remembers the Russian Turkish Baths at 51 Pitt. That building and the one two doors up the street with the peaked trim on the windows have been torn down. The other side of the block was demolished to make way for a public housing project - Gompers Houses, 50 Pitt Street.