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JAPAN. Hiroshima. 1945. Destruction caused by the atomic bomb blast.
Wayne Miller JAPAN. Hiroshima. September 8, 1945. Center of atomic bomb blast. Japanese soldier walks through site where army barracks once stood in the center of town. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Destruction caused by the atomic bomb blast. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller The epicenter of the atomic blast where Army barracks once stood. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Remains from the blast. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Japanese workers begin cleaning a bombed building. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller A woman holds her child at a Shinto temple service where friends and relatives gathered to offer sympathy and money to victims' families. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Japanese medical attendants are shown here in their quarters. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Victim of atomic bomb blast lies in a makeshift hospital in the bank building of Kango Ginku. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Marine Corporal Leopold Kulikowski, captured in 1942 by the Japanese, convalesces at a military hospital. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Dr. Hisikichi Tokoda in the operating room at Shinagawa Hospital. Tokyo, Japan. August, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Victims find refuge in a makeshift hospital in the bank building of Kango Ginku. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Wounded lie in a makeshift hospital. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Victims are treated in the Kangyo Ginko bank. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller An elderly lady in a makeshift hospital in the bank of Kango Ginku. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Wounded victims are treated in primitive conditions at the fly-infested Kangyo Ginko bank. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Japanese soldiers and civilians crowd trains bound for Tokyo. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller Civilians crowd into trains heading to Tokyo. Hiroshima, Japan. September 8, 1945. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller JAPAN. Hiroshima. September 8, 1945. Japanese soldiers crowd trains bound for Tokyo after the demobilization of the Japanese military. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller AFGHANISTAN. 1959. Bearing refreshments, royal servants approach the plane of U.S. President Dwight D. EISENHOWER during his official visit. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. A woman and her squatter's shack on a cold winter day, 1948. It was built of cardboard and plywood on Lake Michigan's beach. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. Eartha KITT (center) leading a dance troupe rehearsing for the Chez Paree. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Mourners at funeral. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. A girl "reading" Ebony magazine. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1946. Kangaroo court for juveniles at the Wabash Avenue police station presided over by Sylvester "Two Gun Pete" Washington. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. Strike captain during protest by the packing house workers, March 1948. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. "Reefer Party". © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller AUSTRALIA. Film Set of "On the beach" directed by Stanley KRAMER, shot in Australia, with Ava GARDNER, Gregory PECK, Fred ASTAIRE, Donna ANDREWS & Anthony PERKINS. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. An alley between overcrowded tenements, with garbage thrown over the railings of the back porches. Most of the area's tenants were transient. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Back steps of the 45th Street bar. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Female Impersonator dressing for a performance at Joe's DeLuxe Club. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Dancing at the 45th Street bar that catered to slaughterhouse workers. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Gospel Service. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. A deserted mother wondering what she can do with a newborn baby she cannot support. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Tuesday Afternoon on South Halsted Street. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Black safety inspector, the supervisor of his white coworker at International Harvester. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Wednesday night bible class at a storefront church. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller JAPAN. Hiroshima. September 8, 1945. A woman holds her child at a Shinto temple service where friends and relatives gathered to offer sympathy and money to victims' families. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Washington DC. 1974. Washignton Post reporters Carl BERNSTEIN (left) and Bob WOODWARD (right), the team who broke the Watergate story and wrote the book "All the Presidents Men." © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1946. Man at window of shack. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. During the filming of "The Young Doctors" by Philip KARLSON. 1961.

Actors: Frederic MARCH, Ben GAZZARA, Eddie ALBERT, Aline MAC MAHON. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. A girl with her bike. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller AUSTRALIA. 1959. American actress Ava GARDNER during the synchronization of "On the Beach" by Stanley KRAMER. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller AUSTRALIA. American actor Anthony PERKINS during the filming of "On the Beach" by Stanley KRAMER. 1959. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. Louis JORDAN, a popular musician who had a flair for putting advice for the lovelorn into his lyrics. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Waiting. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. Selling fish in an alley way. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1948. Sometimes a father would put his belt on a child's back as a warning to go to sleep or face punishment. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Eddie Nichols Gymnasium at 50th and State was a popular gym for young boxers. Joe Louis worked out there. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Dining car workers, Illinois Central Railroad. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. An afternoon beer. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Vivian Henley, two hours old. Infants delivered at home by the Maxwell Street Maternity Center medical team had a better survival rate than those at most hospitals. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Girl with newspaper fashion supplement. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. "Simple" was a character that Langston HUGHES used in his news column. Upon seeing the man in this photograph, HUGHES said: "That's him." © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Western Union telegram messenger. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Two girls waiting outside a tavern. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1946. Storefront. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. A makeshift pushcart. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1947. Father and son. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. 1958. A boy stands alone, leaning against a pole, watching others on the playground. 1958. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Illinois. Chicago. 1946. Spiritualist. © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos
Wayne Miller USA. Texas. 1959. John WAYNE during the filming of "The Alamo." © Wayne Miller | Magnum Photos