Yesterday we published Fritz Goro’s grim, eye-opening photos of Chicago slums from 1954. As we looked through his many, many contact sheets to put together this gallery, we discovered a subset of different photos made while on this assignment — of a dog who smokes out of a pipe.
You know what, some things, like this, you just can’t explain. Enjoy!
(Fritz Goro—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Workspace of Jay Fielden, editor in chief of Town & Country magazine. His family had to rebuilt their mid-century modern home after it was destroyed by fire.
Jesse Carrier described Mr. Fielden as “a frustrated set designer.” He went on: “When you look at his office, it’s like a backdrop for Ernest Hemingway.” Mr. Fielden found the antelope head at a local antiques store. The parsons desk was bought with the house, and survived the fire. The rug is new, from Ralph Lauren Home.
Conversion of St. Paul
R.I.P. Jerry Buss.
This Bible is about 400 years old and details some of New Jersey’s earliest settlers. And it finally came home to Elizabeth.
Abraham Lincoln near Antietam, two weeks after the battle. The 16th president was born on February 12, 1809.
President Lincoln, United States Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, near Antietam, October 4, 1862, Alexander Gardner. The J. Paul Getty Museum
biker via selvedge yard