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Série fotográfica sem tabus mostra como era ser jovem nos anos 70

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Série fotográfica sem tabus mostra como era ser jovem nos anos 70

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Série fotográfica sem tabus mostra como era ser jovem nos anos 70

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Série fotográfica sem tabus mostra como era ser jovem nos anos 70

In the early seventies, Joseph Szabo taught art and photography at Malverne High School on Long Island.

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Série fotográfica sem tabus mostra como era ser jovem nos anos 70

Jovem nos anos 70 por Joseph Szabo em Malverne High School, Long Island (de 1972 a

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Série fotográfica sem tabus mostra como era ser jovem nos anos 70

Public pay phone stalls in use at Broadway and 34th Street, in May of 1973. The first handheld mobile phone call in history was made one month prior to this photo, in midtown Manhattan, in April 1973, when Martin Cooper, a Motorola researcher made a call to his chief competitor Dr. Joel S. Engel, head of Bell Labs. (Erik Calonius/NARA)

America in the New York City. Public pay phone stalls in use at Broadway and Street, in May of The first handheld mobile p.

Passengers wait for a Lexington Avenue Line subway train on one of the platforms of the New York City Transit Authority, April, 1974. (Jim Pickerell/NARA)

Passengers wait for a Lexington Avenue Line subway train on one of the platforms of the New York City Transit Authority, April, (Photo by Jim Pickerell/NARA via The Atlantic)

A traffic accident on a crowded street in Harlem, in May of 1973. (Chester Higgins/NARA)

New York City. A traffic accident on a crowded street in Harlem, in May of (Photo by Chester Higgins/NARA via The Atlantic)

Commuters on the Staten Island Ferry in New York Harbor's Upper Bay, in May of 1973. (Wil Blanche/NARA)

Commuters on the Staten Island Ferry in New York Harbor's Upper Bay, in May of (Photo by Wil Blanche/NARA via The Atlantic)

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