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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    Stanley Kubrick, then a young staff photographer for LOOK Magazine, set out to capture the daily grind of New York City's subway commuters in 1946.
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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    Passengers rode this subway car with newspapers in hand.
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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    A passenger catches up on the news during his commute.
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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    Passengers in a subway car, 1946.
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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    People on escalators in a subway station, 1946.
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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    A woman waits for her train at the Canal Street station in 1946.
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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    A woman asleep on a Subway car--a common site then and now.
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  • Riding the Subway with Stanley Kubrick

    A crowded subway commute for New Yorkers. For more information on the Museum of the City of New York visit http://www.mcny.org. Stories the City Tells Itself: The Video Art and photography of Neil Goldberg has just been extended through June 19, and Activist New York, the inaugural exhibition in the Puffin Foundation, opens on May 4th.
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