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June 05, 2009


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John Herr

I have a copy of New York in the Thirties (orginally Changing New York, '39), a collection of Berenice Abbott's evocative photos of that metropolis during the Depression. Along with Weegee's Naked City & a compilation of Lionel Feininger's pix, New York in the Forties, it provides a haunting look at a fast-receding era.

David Munson

I enjoyed the interview very much. That said, the photo of the Deardorff is my photo. As in, it was my camera, the photograph of it is mine, and it was posted in the context of a review of the camera that I wrote. I'm not upset about it, but others who find their content posted without permission and without credit may not be so kind. A friendly reminder to get permission and credit your sources. :)

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