On a elaborate New York City roadway, with an upraised line in in consideration of, forward-convey vendors are selling their wares in the alley by the curb as horse-drawn carriages are having a difficult time getting to. A policeman shakes his fist at one selling fruits and vegetables, and the vendor moves away.
In certain sections of New York City large numbers of Jewish and Italian push-cart vendors congregate so closely along the sidewalks that they interfere with traffic. Policemen amass them moving. The picture shows how the frightened peddlers bustle away when a bluecoat appears. Some... Read more