The Big Apple in the 1940’s in Black and White

A new exhibition dubbed “The Radical Camera” collects photos from the Photo League, a group of young, idealistic photographers, most of them Jewish Americans, formed in 1936. The exhibit showcases photos of New York from this era.

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