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By On This Day in NYC's History


GARRY WINOGRAND

On January 14, 1928: Street photographer Garry Winogrand was born in New York City. Winogrand was a prolific street photographer, capturing the essence of American life in the mid-20th century.

 

AS THE GIRLS WENT

On January 14, 1950: As the Girls Go closed on Broadway at The Broadway Theater after a run at The Winter Garden Theater. The production won music director Max Meth a Tony Award.

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RIP BOGIE

On January 14, 1957: New York native and American icon Humphrey Bogart died. Possibly the greatest male star in American cinema, Bogart has and will influence American pop culture for years to come, and his presence is felt and acknowledged in cinema we see produced today.