Smart, Witty, Clever: Rare, Early Street Photography by Ansel Adams


At the Zoo, Manhattan, 1953 (372.1984)


Sculpture, St. Vartan’s Armenian Church, New York City, 1966 (380.1984)


New York World’s Fair, 1964 (375.1984)

We recently found several examples of very rare, previously unseen examples of Ansel Adams’ early street photography…
Kidding! Of course they’re great, funny photos by Alfred Gescheidt (born 1926).
To hear a very funny and enlightening talk (with references to both Weegee and Roman Vishniac) by Alfred Gescheidt at ICP on December 15, 1982, please click here.

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