Vivian Maier, an unknown nanny, quiet, quirky, carried a rolleiflex and shot street photography in Chicago and NYC. Her massive body of work has wowed people with her amazing images of regular people in urban settings. Her images were discovered in 2007 in a locker that was auctioned off for $400. There were tens of thousands of negatives that would be archived by their new owners leading to movie about maier.
On the lower east side is a hand ball court at the corner of Forsyth & Grand. Take a seat at the bench closest to the chain link fence that separates the handball courts from the basket ball courts. You’ll see a stashed ‘disguise’ between rectangles and hexagons. That’s your book. Find this one fast it is easily visible, literally anyone can see it.