Beating the heat - Weegee’s world

Arthur (Usher) Fellig, better known as Weegee, was a remarkable photographer who began his career as a tintype photographer in 1913. He later became a police photographer in New York City, and spent some time in Los Angeles shooting celebrities. The International Center of Photography now has an online exhibit of some of his work, which includes a good chronology of his life.

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Coney Island at noon Saturday, July 5th, 1940(?), by Weegee
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