From Moscow to Brighton Beach

Salgado, Sebastiao; Chermayeff, Ivan
March 1997
World Policy Journal;Spring97, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p44
Academic Journal
Presents photographs of Russian immigration into Brooklyn, New York. Final checking of passengers' documents before they board the plane; Landing of the chartered Tower Air Flight on John F. Kennedy Airport in New York; Retired men gathering in small groups to play card games.


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