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Miss Crump, The Crumperie, 55 Christopher St. ca. 1908 - 1916.

Miss Crump, The Crumperie, 55 Christopher St.

Abastenia St. Leger Eberle [Sculptor] (April 6 1878 - February 26 1942)

Abastenia St. Leger Eberle [Sculptor] (April 6 1878 - February 26 1942)

The Village Art Gallery, Yours as a Taking Proposition. c. 1910s - 1920s. Portrait of Jessie Tarbox Beals standing in the doorway of the Village Art Gallery.

The Village Art Gallery, Yours as a Taking Proposition. - Portrait of Jessie Tarbox Beals standing in the doorway of the Village Art Gallery.

Marion Morehouse by #Edward #Steichen 1927

Marion Morehouse wearing Tappe, 1927 (photo by Edward Steichen, © Condé Nast Archive / Corbis)

a series of photographs of daily life in Greenwich Village were taken from between the 1910s and 1920s by Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870-1942), who is known as America's first female news photographer.

a series of photographs of daily life in Greenwich Village were taken from between the and by Jessie Tarbox Beals who is known as America's first female news photographer.

Edna St. Vincent Millay and husband Eugen Jan Boissevain in front of house at 75-1/2 Bedford Street, New York

Vincent Millay and her husband in front of their famous (and smallest) house in Greenwich Village jessie tarbox beals 1924

NYU frat boys, 1897

What did NYU frat boys look like in the 1890s?

Members of Psi Upsilon in their fraternity house on the University Heights Campus, New York University, 1897

Alice Foote MacDougal entertaining a group of sailors in her small apt., ca. 1917-1918; photograph by Jessie Tarbox Beals. Jessie Tarbox Beals Photograph Collection, PR 004, Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections, New-York Historical Society, 67535.

Alice Foote MacDougal entertaining a group of sailors in her small apt. photograph by Jessie Tarbox Beals, NYHS Image

Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870 – 1942) was an American photographer, the first published female photojournalist in the United States mostly known for her portraits

vintage everyday: America's Bohemia: Pictures of New York’s Greenwich Village in the and -- Edith Hayes Thompson standing in the doorway of Her Shop, ca.

Dancing in Charley Reed's Purple Pup, 186 West Fourth Street, Greenwich Village, ca. 1910-1920. Jessie Tarbox Beals Photograph Collection, PR 004, Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections, New-York Historical Society, 41429.

DANCING: Dancing in Charley Reed's Purple Pup, 186 West Fourth Street, Greenwich Village, circa photograph by Jessie Tarbox Beals.

Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870 – 1942) was an American photographer, the first published female photojournalist in the United States mostly known for her portraits

Charlotte Powell standing on a ladder and painting the exterior of The Village Store, Sheridan Square. Powell holds a paintbrush in her right hand and a can of paint in her left.

[suffrage parade], sign reads: "Getting there after fighting for 40 years." ca. 1915-1918, NYHS image #83873d.

[suffrage parade], sign reads: "Getting there after fighting for 40 years.