These Italian street vendors were photographed as they hawked Italian feast items from their cart. Historically, pushcarts were known as a good way for immigrants to get a start in the cities of their new country. The street vendors tended to sell ethnic items, usually food, from busy street corners. Foods varied from oysters and clams to hot corn and sausages. Photographed in October 1908.
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