There’s a unique quality about photographic portraits and recorded interviews from the early-mid 20th century. It’s an innocence of the moment of the capture/recording, a time before media self-awareness. Back then, when an interviewer told the interviewee to “just speak into the microphone”, that’s exactly what they did.

These guys have that innocence: no pose, no affectation, just…there.


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