|May 24, 2011 | Found Images
” August 1974 : two youths in uptown, Chicago, Illinois, a neighborhood of poor white southerners. The inner city today is an absolute contradiction to the mainstream America of gas stations, expressways, shopping centers and tract homes. It is populated by blacks, latins and the white poor. Some of the best American architecture survives in her “worst” neighborhoods, only because it hasn’t been demolished. ” Photo by Danny Lyons.