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“Weegee Has a Salon”

PM, August 27, 1941, p. 14 Weegee Has a Salon: Arthur Fellig, the night-prowling cameraman who turns in many of PM’s choicest pictures of fires, wrecks, rescues and crimes, is having a one-man show of his own at the Photo … Continue reading

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Weegee Wednesday triptych: Due to Increase in Murders The Photo League Presents 2nd Edition “Murder is My Business” by Weegee

On September 9th, in three different years, 1940, 1941 and 1943, Weegee had photos published in PM. Three posts will present these photos and stories… Three for 09/09, Part 2: “Due to Increase in Murders The Photo League Presents 2nd … Continue reading

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Rosalie Gwathmey

Rosalie Gwathmey, [Woman, Charlotte, North Carolina], ca. 1945 After the birth of her son Charles (the famous architect who passed away last week) in 1938, Rosalie Gwathmey picked up a camera and dedicated herself to photography. She spent two decades … Continue reading

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Women of the Photo League

Berenice Abbott, Church of God, December 8, 1936 Vivian Cherry, Game of Lynching IV, 1948 Helen Levitt, New York, July 1939 Sandra Weiner, [Boy in chair on sidewalk], 1940s Lisette Model, At Sammy’s, New York, 1940 Lee Sievan, Third Avenue … Continue reading

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