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Book cover for "Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written" by Joe Schwartz 
2000 
Book cover 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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Dance of the wash: Backyard on 57th Street, Manhattan, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1930
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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Our Home: View from broken toilet window. 6th Walk, Kingsboro Housing Project, Ocean Hill, Brooklyn, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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Subway security. Independent Line "A" Train, New York City, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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Kid-Folks touching. Kingsboro Playground, Ocean Hill, Brooklyn, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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Slum Child. St. Marks Place, Lower Manhattan, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1930
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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Slums must go! May Day Parade, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1930
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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Sisters at Granmas'. Cincinnati, Ohio 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

  
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First Watt's Festival. After the revolt, Central Los Angeles, California 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1965 
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Homeless, But some hope. Westside - 12th Street, Manhattan, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1939 
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Sullivan Midgets I. Nothing creative to do - nothing to be proud of - except to act tough. Kid-folk seek low-grade excitement to vent their energies and anger. Sullivan Street, Greenwich Village, New York City 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1930
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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The pot. Cincinnati, Ohio 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Steps to early dental clinic. Manhattan, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1930
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Kill all Jews!? "A" Train New York Subway 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Does discriminate. National Negro Congress Citizen's Civics Affairs Committee. First Black women to picket chain for jobs. Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Smokey New York from Hotel St. George. Brooklyn, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1930
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Johnny Lunchbucket and friend. "A" Train to Brooklyn, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1940
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Fire, Fire, Firemen put the fire out! Yucca Restaurant, Culver City, California 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1960
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Cool stop. Downtown, Los Angeles, California 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1960
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  
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Gypsy Girl. Manhattan, New York 
[Folk Photography: Poems I've Never Written] 
1930
Gelatin silver print 
Provided by the artist - Joe Schwartz 
© Joe Schwartz, courtesy of the artist 
  

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