Review by Publisher's Weekly Review
J. Edgar Hoover in a Mickey Mouse mask at the Stork Club in 1937; Salvador Dali being photographed by Girl Scouts in 1960; then U.S. attorney Rudolph Giuliani with a vial of crack he purchased during a 1986 investigation these are just a few of the scenes in New York Exposed: Photographs from the Daily News, from the newspaper that calls itself "New York's Hometown Paper." Culling the archives from its inception in 1919 to New Year's 2000, Daily News picture editor Shawn O'Sullivan has come up with 320 iconic duotone shots of everyday New York, introduced by former News editor Pete Hamill (A Drinking Life), and on view at New York's AXA Gallery from November 1 to December 29. One shot from New York Harbor includes the World Trade Center. (Dec.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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