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"Reefer party"Wayne Miller1946-19482007.8.51Gelatin silver print
"Simple" was a character that poet Langston Hughes used in his newspaper column. Upon seeing the man in this photograph, Hughes said, "That's him."Wayne Miller1946-19482007.8.15Gelatin silver print
A deserted mother wondering what to do with a newborn baby she cannot supportWayne Miller1946-19482007.8.84Gelatin silver print
A girl with her bikeWayne Miller1946-19482007.8.94Gelatin silver print
A makeshift pushcartWayne Miller1946-19482007.8.96Gelatin silver print
A tenement on South Indiana Avenue, the type of housing for half of the city's black childrenWayne Miller1946-19482007.8.3Gelatin silver print
A woman and her squatter's shack on a cold winter day, 1948. It was built of cardboard and plywood on Lake Michigan's beach.Wayne Miller19482007.8.9Gelatin silver print
After schoolWayne Miller1946-19482007.8.91Gelatin silver print
Afternoon game at Table 2Wayne Miller1946-19482007.8.14Gelatin silver print
An afternoon beerWayne Miller1946-19482007.8.49Gelatin silver print