Orson Welles directs "Native Son". [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Three men on a bench.]
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Two men carrying shovels.]
Coloring His Meerschaum.
Untitled [Crowded park benches in Union Square]
View of a group of people crowded onto a park bench, including a heavy-set woman (far left) and a man...
[Jack Albertson as John Cleary in "The Subject Was Roses".]
[Portrait of William Davis Hassler.]
Portrait of William Davis Hassler sitting in an upholstered chair. He holds a pipe in his hands.
[Portrait of four men seated at a table.]
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Ferry employee in an office.]
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Former ferry employee.]
See caption 188.8.131.52.
[Victor Kilian as Ben in "Solitaire".]
[Henry Kolker in an out-of-town production of "Our Children".]
Photograph by Hughes Photo.
Capt. and Rachel. Act V
["Peter Ibbetson" theater still.]
[Bert Williams as Shylock Homestead in "In Dahomey".]
[Bramwell Fletcher as Alick Wylie in "Maggie".]
[Otto Kruger as Aaron Storm in "Little A".]
Workers on the West Side Highway, September 10, 1937
[Unidentified actor in "Claudia".]
Possibly in Chicago on the national tour.
Don Freeman's Newsstand
Page two of "No. 10 Downing Street N.Y.".
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Pedestrians in Columbus Circle.]
Don Freeman's Newsstand [Uniformed men smoking and talking as they lean on cars.]
[Kenneth Hayes Miller.]
[Architect Julius F. Gayler.]
[Sammy Kaye and Don Reid, co-authors of the song "Remember Pearl Harbor".]
Police Com'r Bingham, N.Y.
[Unidentified man on vacation.]
[Unidentified man standing outside of house.]
[Unidentified man and girl.]
[Unidentified man holding a bottle of champagne.]
[Unidentified man smoking pipe.]
[Asian American street vendor.]
[Man lighting another man's pipe.]
[Women sitting by a stove.]
[Man reading a book.]
[José Ruben as A Man in "Thy Name is Woman".]
[Clark Silvernail in "Thy Name is Woman".]
[Georgette Harvey as Maria in "Porgy and Bess".]
Possibly in "The Pigeon".
["Hindle Wakes" theater still.]
Photographs of James Forrestal, the first United States Secretary of Defense, working at his desk while...