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        Makeshift Bed | U.S. Immigration | 1840's to present | U.S. History

        circa 1887: The cellar of 11 Ludlow Street in New York, where beggars sleep in squalid conditions. The photograph was taken by Jacob A Riis, a New York reporter with the 'Tribune', who later went on to become a social reformer and author. (Photo by Jacob A. Riis/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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