Nanny’s Got Skills
Sometimes gambling pays off. Like when you buy hundreds of rolls of undeveloped film for $380 at an auction, and it turns out to contain the previously-unseen work of one of the world’s most important street photographers. Such is the story of buyer John Maloof and photographer Vivian Maier, a Chicago nanny who kept her camera hobby secret. Enjoy the photos and the novelty of the story.
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