Analog Photography

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Young boy standing in the doorway of his home on Seaton Road in the northwest section. His leg was cut off by a streetcar while he was playing in the street. Washington, D.C. 1942 June.
A Detroit auto graveyard. Junked autos and trucks to be shipped to scrapyards and then to the Great Lakes Steel Plant. Detroit, Michigan. 1941-1942.
Salvage. Chicago automobile graveyard. Idle scrap: it belongs in the scrap. Covering well over an acre of ground, this automobile graveyard in Chicago holds tons of vital scrap metal and rubber for which Uncle Sam has urgent need in the manufacture of armaments and other war materials. Chicago, Illinois. 1942 July.
Conservation. Scrap iron and steel. An automobile graveyard outside Baltimore, Maryland. Scrapped cars are collected in such yards in every state. Usable parts are stripped from the chassis and the remainder of the car is sent to scrap iron dealers for processing and shipment to steel mills. 1941 August.
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza. New York, New York State. 1906.
The factories. Niagara River, New York State. 1890-1899.
The Ponce de Leon, Alcazar and Cordova Hotels. St. Augustine, Florida. 1880-1897.
Two African American men sitting on stoop. Charleston, South Carolina. 1962.
Senyora Maria Vial de Prieto petting gaucho's horse prique, in a wheat field in Chile. 1940.
Part of the kitchen. Home of sharecropper Floyd Burroughs, showing washstand in the dog run and view into the kitchen. Alabama. 1935-1936.
Toward Los Angeles. California. 1937 March.
Fashion model underwater in dolphin tank. Marineland, Florida. 1939.
Car in front of garage. Minneapolis. Minnesota. November 1972.
Street in North Minneapolis. Minnesota. November 1972.
Grace Emmanuel Baptist Church. North Minneapolis, Minnesota. November 1972.
Abandoned house in North Minneapolis. Minnesota. November 1972.
Supra Color Inc. 7125 Ohms Lane. Edina, Minnesota 55139. November 1972.
Street scene in New York City. New York State. 1896-1942.
Organ grinder. New Orleans, Louisiana. 1920-1926.

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