Vance Thompson's Cab Drivers / 29: The New York Cab Driver and his Cab / 1
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Police lines keep the cabby where he belongs. Photo by Arthur Hewitt.

Source:
Outing magazine, vol. XLIX no. 2, November, 1906, p. 130.

Vance Thompson's Cab Drivers / 29

The New York Cab Driver and his Cab / 1

These pages reproduce The New York Cab Driver and His Cab by Vance Thompson (Outing, vol. XLIX no. 2, November, 1906, pp. 129-138). Photos by Arthur Hewitt.

Photos:

  1. Police lines keep the cabby where he belongs

  2. The cabby's "better half" takes breakfast.

  3. Patrolling Fifth Avenue for victims

  4. The New York cabby is the most slovenly in the world

  5. But he keeps his top hat well brushed

  6. There is lots of time for reading

  7. Off duty

  8. The auto-cab is the hansom's chief rival

  9. "Doing" New York

  10. At the railway station 'tis: "Have a hansom keb, keb, keb?"

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