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“The easiest kind of a job to cover was a murder because the stiff would be laying on the ground, he couldn’t get up and be temperamental…”

Famous Photographers Tell How, Candid Recordings, 1958 Some of the photos Weegee speaks about and their original published context: Weegee (1899-1968), [Ballerina Marina Franca in her peacock costume at the Cinderella Ball, Waldorf Astoria, New York], April 18, 1941 (15700.1993) … Continue reading

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This decade is the warmest on record… New York World Pictures, “”Too many automobiles for New York’s crowded streets,” January 16, 1916 Captions: West Forty-second Street from Sixth Avenue – Hardly Room to Move. Photo by Curtis West Forty-second Street … Continue reading

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