CONTENTS:—Tenement Reform in New York since 1901; The Tenement House Problem; Tenement House Reform in New York City, 1834-1900; Housing Conditions in Buffalo; Housing Conditions and Tenement Laws in Leading American Cities; Housing Conditions and Tenement Laws in Leading European Cities; A Statistical Study of New York’s Tenement Houses; The Non-enforcement of the Tenement House Laws in New Buildings; Tenement House Fires in New York; Tenement House Fire Escapes in New York and Brooklyn; Back to Back Tenements; Tenement House Sanitation; Small Houses for Working Men; Financial Aspects of Recent Tenement House Operations in New York; The Speculative Building of Tenement Houses; Tenement Evils as seen by the Tenants; Tenement Evils as seen by an Inspector; Tuberculosis and the Tenement House Problem; The Relation of Tuberculosis to the Tenement House Problem.
and Playgrounds for Tenement Districts;
Prostitution as a Tenement House Evil; Policy; A Tenement House
Evil; Public Baths; A Plan for Tenements in Connection with a
Municipal Park; Foreign Immigration and the Tenement House in
New York City; Appendices.
In Two Volumes, Cloth, 8vo, $3.00 net
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