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Description: This never-before-published book of photographs by Weegee the Famous (a.k.a. Arthur Fellig, 1899-1968) reflects the sweeter side of an artist better known for depicting three-alarm disasters. Before he died, Weegee composed a dummy for a book about New York's Greenwich Village, the center of American bohemia in the late '40s and throughout the '50s. Weegee was there, prowling the neighborhood at all times of day and night, and in this book he captures the carnival atmosphere-the folk singing, rent parties, costume balls, art shows on the street.Expand description
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