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18. Because Saul Leiter Loved How New York Looks Through a Window Covered in Raindrops

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For over 60 years, Leiter, who died in November at 89, took color photographs of his city—mostly those blocks near his home in the East Village, and mostly using 35-mm. Kodachrome that was past its sell-by date.

Below: Driver, ca. 1950s.


Times Square, ca. 1950s.



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