Bud Glick's Fantastic Snapshots of Chinatown in the Early 1980's

Back in 1980, photographer Bud Glick moved from Milwaukee to the City to be a documentary photographer for the Museum of Chinese in America, then called "The New York Chinatown History Project."

For more than three years, Glick photographed all over Chinatown, documenting all kinds of people and their lives as part of New York City.

Check out Glick's portfolio for more of his work on this project and others.

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