Feinstein, Harold, 2004 October 04

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Harold Feinstein (b 1931) was born in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY and began taking photographs at age 15. He was an original loft resident from 1954 – 1957, when he turned it over to Gene Smith.

In this photograph, Feinstein worked with Eugene Smith early on in his career, helping Smith edit and design the layouts for his famous Pittsburgh project. In this oral history, Feinstein discusses his work with Smith, his own development as a photographer, and about other people he encountered at the Jazz Loft including Sonny Rollins, Teddy Charles, Charles Mingus, and Dick Cary.


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