Image: Graffiti Covered Public Restroom
Time Period: 1977
Medium: 4 1/2 x 3 3/8 inches Black and white photograph
Summary: Teri Graham took this picture for her high school photography class. She and her friends called it the "Graffiti House", but it was actually a park bathroom in Junction Boulevard Park. It was later torn down.
Subject: Public buildings--Restrooms [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh95007137],Neighborhoods of New York City [info:lc/authorities/names/n98065704],black and white photographs [info:lc/vocabulary/ethnographicTerms/afset001803]
Graham, Teri (creator)
Jackson Heights (New York, N.Y.) (depicts)
Queens Memory Collection at the Archives at Queens Library (is part of)
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