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This photo shows the New Century Club, which is where the Women's Birth Control League staged their first meeting in Philadelphia.

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Depicts a street vendor, with a wagon drawn by a donkey and protected by a striped awning, dispensing his wares to two young boys. Includes horse drawn carts in the background. The awning of The James Bell Co. is also visible in the background.

Exterior of Public Baths Association building on the south side of Wood St., east of 8th St., undated.

This photo shows the Southwark House on Ellsworth and Front Street. Gruenberg and her husband were volunteer residents at Southwark House.

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Row homes in Kensington. These were the types of homes many immigrants lived in when they moved to Philadelphia.

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A view of Kensington and Lehigh Avenue. This photo shows both trolleys and horse drawn carriages.

A sewage- and garbage-lined street betrays the "bad habits" of the people who live there. This photo showcases the unsanitary conditions that working-class immigrant communities lived in.

This photo depicts the Philadelphia Ethical Society. Gruenberg and her husband were very involved with the Ethical Society. Gruenberg help a chairman position as the chairman of archives.

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A photo taken of the building located at 526 South Front Street.

Darien and Montrose Streets - Bathhouse
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