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|Title: ||Street Sweeper and Fire Hoses|
|Keywords: ||On the Job, work|
Sweeping - hand
|Issue Date: ||16-Oct-2007 |
|Abstract: ||Sanitation worker in dark uniform sweeping litter in wet street. Hoses
along the street spray water into windows of a building behind him.
Uniformed men who appear to be firemen stand behind him, along with what
appear to be civilians. Business names and street numbers visible and
partially visible. Street and occasion unknown.|
|Description: ||Black and white glossy 8" x 10" photo with white borders.
Verso: pencil "25642" in top right corner. Provenance:
Removed from site by Robin Nagle, 9/07. Found in kraft envelope with
printed block reading
top left; lines not filled in. Black magic marker on envelope:
"25642." Smaller kraft envelope inside contains 4" x
5" plate negative (good condition); envelope reads, in caps,
blank.) Pencil along length of top: "Daily News," underlined.
Black ink: "25642." (Published in Daily News?)|
|Appears in Collections:||NYU-New York Department of Sanitation Museum Project|
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