I really like this one. Levitt is one of the great street photographers. She worked as an assistant to Walker Evans in the 30s and her images of childhood always stirke a contemporary chord regardless of when they were made. A signature of great photography IMHO.

It is also a nice selection because as opposed to the Minor White and William Eggleston photos that can be interpreted in a variety of ways this is just a simple, wonderful slice of life. I'm glad she had the quick eye to capture it on film. I guess it could also have been titled, "boys will be boys".

I put up a thumbnail if that works better for others. Title is "Boy Lifting Girls Dress 1943"



Oh, by the way, I thought Blansky grew up in Canada, not NYC.