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  • Jess Smith

    Irving Penn snapped Leonard Bernstein in 1948 Dashingly casual in his tuxedo, sitting on a group of carpeted boxes from Penn's Portraits of people of the "New York City scene"

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    Leonard Bernstein, Photo by Irving Penn Vogue New York, March 19, 1947

  • Roberta Caiola

    Leonard Bernstein, conductor and composer, wearing a tuxedo, sitting on a group of carpeted boxes Condé Nast photo by Irving Penn, from the Book Nostalgia in Vogue New York, March 19, 1947

  • Katja Anderson

    Leonard Bernstein photographed by Irving Penn in New York, 19 March 1947.

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