National Geographic : 1964 Jul
Befriending the homeless, Mrs. Eva Stolt passes out bits of fish to stray cats on the wa terfront. Four times a week for the past 22 years, she has col lected leftovers from the Fulton Fish Market, sliced them into little pieces, and made her rounds of alleys and tenements. Nation's busiest roadstead, New York Harbor sees a vessel enter or leave the port on an average of every 20 minutes around the clock each working day. Some 4,000 tugs, lighters, barges, dredges, and ferries shuttle across its waters.