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A few years ago, John Maloof was looking for old photos for books he was writing on Chicago's neighborhoods. On a hunch, he bought an auction lot of 30,000 negatives.

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A few years ago, John Maloof was looking for old photos for books he was writing on Chicago's neighborhoods. On a hunch, he bought an auction lot of 30,000 negatives.

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A few years ago, John Maloof was looking for old photos for books he was writing on Chicago's neighborhoods. On a hunch, he bought an auction lot of 30,000 negatives.

Street Photographer Vivian Maier

A few years ago, John Maloof was looking for old photos for books he was writing on Chicago's neighborhoods. On a hunch, he bought an auction lot of 30,000 negatives.

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