A hot dog seller finds two customers in this shoe shine boys in 1947, one of whom appears to be called Mickey and charges 10 cents | Artitbe

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A hot dog seller finds two customers in this shoe shine boys in 1947, one of whom appears to be called Mickey and charges 10 cents
Stanley Kubrick
Museum of the City of New York
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