Todd Webb loved photographing on the streets of New York and the Lower East Side was one of his favorite haunts. On April 20, 1946, Webb writes about the making of the wonderful picture above (Near Fulton Fish Market, New York, 1946): “One of the photographs I made yesterday has a beautiful quality – ortho film – it is of four young boys who happened to come along as I was setting up to take a store front down on South St. near the Fulton Market. They were tough young east side kids but nice and quite understanding. They wanted...
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