Tag Archives: Paul Lieber

The Merchants Shout from the Medinas

Photo, p. 149, from Anarchy, Protest & Rebellion: And the Counterculture that Changed America by Fred W. McDarrah Tenements along Orchard Street, December 2, 1963 Smoke in the air settles over the Empire State Building. We face north on Orchard Street. … Continue reading

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The Sun Was a Kissing Cousin in 1959

Photo, p. 151, from Anarchy, Protest & Rebellion: And the Counterculture that Changed America by Fred W. McDarrah A tenement rooftop for cool summer breezes and views of the bridges from Henry Street, August 30, 1959 It can’t be too hot … Continue reading

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