Workers from Mexico at a Cedar Mill near Leakey, Texas, and San Antonio 12/1973
“No Gas” Signs Were a Common Sight in Oregon During the Fall of 1973, Such as at This Station in Lincoln City, Oregon Along the Coast. Many Stations Closed Earlier, Opened Later and Shut Down on the Weekends 10/1973 Photographer: Falconer, David
El Paso’s Second Ward Neighborhood, 07/1972
NORTH PHILADELPHIA JOBLESS BLACKS. MAN STANDING AT RIGHT IS GERALD “HEAT WAVE” JONES, WHO WORKS FOR “THE NETWORK”, A RESOURCE CENTER SPONSORED BY THE URBAN COALITION, 09/1973.
STREET GANG MEMBERS, 09/1973 Documerica – ARC Identifier 552752 / Local Identifier 412-DA-10267
ALONG I-80, OUTSIDE RENO, 06/1973
PAIUTE INDIAN CHILDREN OUTSIDE GROCERY STORE IN NIXON PYRAMID LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION, 05/1973
GROCERY STORE PROPRIETOR DOZES ON A QUIET AFTERNOON, 10/1972
A U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE SPECIALIST AT PYRAMID LAKE EXAMINES SOME CUTTHROAT TROUT BEFORE RELEASING THEM INTO THE LAKE, 05/1973
FARM NEAR THATCHER, ARIZONA.
An Example of Brooklyn Architecture on Vanderbilt Avenue in New York City. June, 1974.
Emblem of Puerto Rico on a Car in Paterson, New Jersey, an Indication of the Growing Pride of Minorities in America of Their Heritage. June, 1974.
El Paso’s Second Ward Neighborhood, 06/1972.
CONSTRUCTION ON LOWER MANHATTAN’S WEST SIDE, JUST NORTH OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER (TALL BUILDING IN BACKGROUND), 05/1973
OIL WASTE ON BARREN HILLSIDE, 05/1972
The First Deer Casualty of the Hunting Season Is Tied to Top of Automobile. Leakey, Texas Gasoline Station. November, 1972.
Leakey, Texas, store owners Buck and Cheryl Miller, 07/1972.
W.G. Leistikon, 70; and John Ricks, 87, in Front of the Local Drugstore. Stumps in Front of Leakey, Texas Store Are Reserved for the “Old-Timers”. November, 1972.
View Along Park’s Fifth Avenue Is Being Painted in Oils. Arches National Park, May, 1972
90-YEAR-OLD CAPTAIN BOB-LO GREETS PASSENGERS. THE BOB-LO STEAMERS TAKE VISITORS ON AN 18-MILE CRUISE DOWN THE DETROIT RIVER TO BOB-LO ISLAND, 06/1973 Photographer: Joe Clark
INSTALLING BODY WIRING ON THE CADILLAC ASSEMBLY LINE, 06/1973
OLD TIME RIFLEMAN’S MEET, JUNE 24, 1973, IS HELD ON THE GREENFIELD VILLAGE GREEN ADJOINING THE HENRY FORD MUSEUM OF DEARBORN. CRINOLINED CONTESTANT, THE ONLY REPRESENTATIVE OF HER SEX, FIRES OFF HER RIFLE IN THE SHOOTING MATCH, 07/1973 Photographer: Joe Clark
TRAINED TIGER, TETHERED BY A ROPE, IS ONE OF VARIOUS LIVE ANIMALS FEATURED IN THE “OLD MILWAUKEE DAYS” CIRCUS PARADE, 06/1973 Photographer: Donald Emmerich
OASIS IN THE CITY–BLOCK SQUARE PARK AT EAST 5TH AND MARKET STREETS, 06/1973 Photographer: Donald Emmerich
A FEW BLOCKS FROM NICOLLET MALL IS HENNEPIN AVENUE FORMERLY THE DOWNTOWN MAIN STREET. IT IS NOW A GAUDY COLLECTION OF NEON SIGNS ADVERTISING ENTERTAINMENT SPOTS, 06/1973
BOY WAVES FLAG AS CIRCUS PERFORMERS AND MARCHING UNITS PASS BY IN THE “OLD MILWAUKEE DAYS” ANNUAL PARADE, 06/1973 Photographer: Donald Emmerich
A STILT-WALKING “UNCLE SAM” STRIDES ALONG EAST WISCONSIN AVENUE DURING THE ANNUAL “OLD MILWAUKEE DAYS” CIRCUS PARADE, 06/1973 Photographer: Donald Emmerich
DANCING TO A ROCK BAND AT “DUFFS.”, 06/1973 Photographer: Donald Emmerich
LIGHT AS FROTH ON THE TOWN’S FAMOUS BEER, THE CARNIVAL SPIRIT OVERFLOWS AT THE “OLD MILWAUKEE DAYS” ANNUAL CIRCUS PARADE, 06/1973 Photographer: Donald Emmerich
TWO YOUTHS IN UPTOWN, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, A NEIGHBORHOOD OF POOR WHITE SOUTHERNERS. THE INNER CITY TODAY IS AN ABSOLUTE CONTRADICTION TO THE MAIN STREAM AMERICA OF GAS STATIONS EXPRESSWAYS, SHOPPING CENTERS AND TRACT HOMES. IT IS POPULATED BY BLACKS, LATINS AND THE WHITE POOR. SOME OF THE BEST AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE SURVIVES IN HER “WORST” NEIGHBORHOODS, […]
IN MANY AREAS OF THE CITY BLACKS STILL LIVE IN SUBSTANDARD HOUSING. THIS IS A SCENE IN “LITTLE KOREA”, IN SOUTH BIRMINGHAM, A PRIME EXAMPLE OF THIS CONTINUED BLIGHT, 07/1972 Photographer: LeRoy Woodson
ON A RENO STREET, 05/1973
YOUNGSTERS ON THE JULY 4TH HOLIDAY AT THE KOSCIUSKO SWIMMING POOL IN BROOKLYN’S BEDFORD-STUYVESANT DISTRICT, NEW YORK CITY. INNER CITY RESIDENTS ENJOY USING THIS INTELLIGENTLY LOCATED POOL. THE INNER CITY TODAY IS AN ABSOLUTE CONTRADICTION TO THE MAIN STREAM AMERICA OF GAS STATIONS, EXPRESSWAYS, SHOPPING CENTERS AND TRACT HOMES. IT IS POPULATED BY BLACKS, LATINS […]
INEXPENSIVE RETIREMENT HOTELS ARE A HALLMARK OF THE SOUTH BEACH AREA. A FAVORED PLACE IS THE FRONT PORCH, WHERE RESIDENTS SIT AND CHAT OR WATCH THE ACTIVITIES ON THE BEACH, 06/1973
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER AT HELEN IS A POPULAR SPOT TO BEGIN INNER TUBE FLOAT EXCURSIONS. THESE YOUTHS ARE PART OF A GROUP TOURING THE SOUTHERN MOUNTAINS REGIONS. SPONSORED BY THE CHRISTIAN ATHLETES OF COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA, THE TOUR INCLUDES A TWO MILE TUBE TRIP WHICH STARTS AT THE RIVER BRIDGE AT HELEN. THE SMALL MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY […]
BLACK RESIDENTS ON ONE OF THE BALCONIES OF THE ROBERT TAYLOR HOMES, A LOW INCOME HIGHRISE APARTMENT BUILDING IN CHICAGO. IT IS A COMPLEX OF 28 BUILDINGS LOCATED BETWEEN THE 3900 AND 5400 BLOCKS ON STATE STREET WITH 4,312 APARTMENTS HOUSING 25,220 PERSONS. A GOAL OF MANY RESIDENTS IS TO FIND A JOB THAT PAYS […]
Elderly residents of this building in the West 700 Block of 16th Street in Mulky Square must find other lodging soon. Their present home is in the path of I-635, October, 1973.
MRS. MAY WATKINS, DAUGHTER, BERTHA, CENTER, AND A PLAYMATE LOOK OVER A RELIGIOUS PAMPHLET JUST LEFT AT THEIR NEW HOME, BY A LOCAL MINISTER. MRS. WATKINS BELIEVES IN GOD AND TOLD HER CHILDREN THEY SHOULD GO TO CHURCH, AND NOT CURSE OR SMOKE. THEIR NEW HOME IS LARGER AND HAS GAS HEAT THROUGHOUT COMPARED TO […]
HAROLD, A MULKY SQUARE BOY WHO SAYS THAT HE SPENT A YEAR AT THE MISSOURI BOYS’ REFORMATORY IN BOONVILLE, SHOWS OFF HIS SMOKING STYLE AND HIS TATTOOS. YOUNGER BOYS ACCEPT HAROLD AS A NATURAL LEADER, 10/1973
ANNUAL SMELT RUN AT SINGING BRIDGE, TAWAS CITY. IN MID-APRIL THOUSANDS OF FISHERMEN GATHER AT WHITNEY DRAIN, A MANMADE CANAL ON LAKE HURON, TO DIPNET FOR THESE SMALL FISH. EFFICIENT FLOATING RECEPTACLE REDUCES NUMBER OF TRIPS TO SHORE, 04/1973
Buffalo Head Mounted Above Shelving in a Butcher Shop in New Ulm, Minnesota. The Town Is a County Seat Trading Center of 13,000 in a Farming Area of South Central Minnesota. It Was Founded in 1854 by a German Immigrant Land Company the Encouraged Its Kinsmen to Emigrate From Europe. Population Stabilized at 8 to […]
Wallace “Whitey” Wolf, a Mechanic for the City Sweeps Out the Repair Garage. He Also Is an Officer in the Volunteer Fire Department. Mr. Wolf Is a Native of the Town Whose Mother and Grandmother Still Are Residents There. New Ulm Is a County Seat Trading Center of 13,000 in a Farming Area of South […]
The Cook at Texan Cafe Watches the Snow Removal Crew at Work. Rifle, Colorado, January, 1973. Photographer: David Hiser
Deer Hunters’ Kill Is Counted and Examined at Check Station North of Rifle by Employees of the Colorado Department of Fish and Game. the Information Is Used to Determine the Time and Duration of Next Year’s Season and What Type of Deer May Be Hunted. Rifle, Colorado, October, 1973.
At the Oldlands’ Summer Cow Camp, Fifteen Miles South of Their Piceance Creek Ranch. Hired Hand Jake Spends an Idle Moment Practicing Roping. Rifle, Colorado, July, 1973
Aerial View Upstream of Boom Site in Monument Valley, Utah Where Oil Spill Into the San Juan River Was Contained before Flooding Caused Overflow of Oil and Debris Into Lake Powell. To the Right of the River Lies the Northern Part of the Navy’s Reservation; to the Left Are BLM Lands. The Light Strip Along […]
Backpackers Terry Mcgaw and Glen Denny Rest in the Setting Sun at the End of the Trail to Delicate Arch. Arches National Park, Utah, May, 1972
One of the Joys of a Long Hiking Trip in the Desert Is the Chance to Relax and Do as You Please. Here Steve Miller Enjoys a Nap in the Sunshine and Crystal Air of the Maze, a Wild and Beautiful Region in the Heart of the Canyonlands Where Steve and His Group Are Backpacking. […]
Backpackers on a Week – Long Hike through the Maze, a Remote and Rugged Region in the Heart of the Canyonlands, Camp Under the Shelter of a Towering Overhang. Because It Seldom Rains, Tents Are Not Necessary. Firewood Is Dry and Plentiful. Canyonlands National Park, Utah, 05/1972
The Crest of Thompson Pass (Elevation 2,771 Feet). Here the Richardson Highway Winds through Rocky Benches That Seem to Steer the Road Toward the Deserted Glacier, Eight Miles and an Entire Valley Away to the South. Mile 760, near the Alaska Pipeline Route. Thompson Pass, Alaska, August, 1974