São Paulo in the 1940s

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Swiss-born Hildegard Rosenthal fled the second world war to become a pioneering photojournalist in Brazil. Here’s a selection of her unstaged street shots, taken during a period of transformation for São Paulo

more photos via Boom town: São Paulo in the 1940s – in pictures | Cities | The Guardian

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