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R.D. Smith
From the end of World War II through the 1970s, the Bowery was known as New York City's "Skid Row." On a cold day in December of 1970, R.D. Smith began to photograph the Bowery neighborhood. These photographs form a poetic look at its denizens, along with street views and found still-lifes.
The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

The Bowery 1970

The Bowery 1970

Printed from a photograph taken in 1970.

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