"Boy against a yellow platform
at the Kosciusko Swimming Pool in the Bedford-Stuyvesant District of Brooklyn
in New York City. Inner city residents enjoy themselves at this intelligently
located pool. The inner city today is an absolute contradiction to the main
stream America of gas stations, expressways, shopping centers, and tract homes.
It is populated by Blacks, Latins, and the white poor."
By Danny Lyon, New York, New York, July 1974 National Archives and Records Administration,
Records of the Environmental Protection Agency (412-DA-13474) [VENDOR # 163]