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    Photograph by Stanley Kubrick for look magazine, Police Athletic League Boxing, 1946

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    Stanley Kubrick's Dramatic Photos of 1940s New York City

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    Stanley Kubrick photography

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    Police Athletic League Boxing – 1946 - And kids today can't even play dodge ball. Buncha weenies.

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