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|Title:||Sanitation Police Officer Issuing Ticket or Summons|
|Keywords:||Trash and Transformation;Litter;Uniform;Officer, sanitation police;Garbage|
|Abstract:||A scan of a photograph of sanitation police officer writing a ticket for a litter violation|
|Description:||Source: Robin Nagle. Original photograph is black and white, approximately 8" X 10". Photograph was found in a collection of other photographs labeled "Litter Lens." The collection of photographs as a whole documents violations of the Department of Sanitation's rules about the disposal of litter. The officer's uniform resembles that of the New York City Police Department. There are several unruly piles of empty cardboard boxes and miscellaneous other materials strewn across the sidewalk. Though the immediate area appears to be residential, the offending litter appears to have come from a commercial source.|
|metadata.dc.rights:||New York City Department of Sanitation|
|Appears in Collections:||NYU-New York Department of Sanitation Museum Project|
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