Philadelphia Homeless by Tom Gralish, 1986 Pulitzer Prize.
“I like any kind of food. Whatever’s there, I buy it. Hot dog one day, the next Chinese food, roast beef sandwich.” — Walter, Philadelphia, the homeless. Walter allows Gralish to photograph him- “People like it when you pay attention to them. These guys had disdain for society and the rules: that’s why they objected to the shelters. They saw themselves as the last free men.”
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