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  • Sarah Pellegrini

    William C. Beall - Faith and Confidence, 1958 A policeman speaks to a young boy at a parade in Washington, D.C. for the Washington Daily News. 1958 Pulitzer Prize for Photography - Courtesy Scripps Howard News Service. we walked to school in brooklyn and i remember the broad smile and steady presence of the police man we passed each morning.

  • Miko

    Little boy talks to the police officer. William C. Beal, 1958

  • Jackie Badali

    William C. Beall Faith and Confidence, 1958 A policeman speaks to a young boy at a parade in Washington, D.C. for the Washington Daily News. 1958 Pulitzer Prize for Photography. I love this picture...

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