Marjory Collins

 New York, New York. Blowing horns on Bleeker Street on New Year's Day, January 1943    New York, New York. Class in Public School Eight on King Street, discussing a book entitled "We love America," brought to school by one of ...

 New York, New York. Blowing horns on 
Bleeker Street on New Year's Day, January 1943
  
 New York, New York. Class in Public School Eight on King Street, discussing a book entitled "We love America," brought to school by one of the pupils. January 1943
  
 New York, New York. Class in Public School Eight on King Street, discussing a book entitled "We love America," brought to school by one of the pupils. January 1943
  
 New York, New York. Customers in a grocery store on Mulberry Street. 
Italian, Jewish and Chinese people live in this neighborhood. January 1943
  
 New York, New York. Dr. and Mrs. Winn [or Wynn], Janet and Marie, a Czech-American family, playing Chinese checkers while their grandmother knits. October 1942
  
 New York, New York. Gypsy woman who is habitue of Marconi's Restaurant on Mulberry Street. She dropped in for a bite to eat New Year's Eve, and did a spontaneous dance. November 1942
  
New York, New York. New Year's Eve in Marconi's Restaurant on Mulberry Street. 
This Gypsy woman is a habitue of the place. November 1942