This Chippewa Indian hung out at the corner of Kenmore and Wilson in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood during the mid-1970s. Like many of the area’s poor during that era, he lived on the streets. I took a dozen shots of him and gave him a dollar for signing my model release form. He listed his address on the form as “In care of Indian Employment Service at 1024 W. Wilson, Suite 212, Chicago, Ill. 60640.” He told me that many Indians didn’t like to have their pictures taken because they were afraid it would capture their spirit, but that he didn’t mind because he wasn’t superstitious. As soon as our financial transaction was completed, he went into the bar behind him. Today, that corner has a parking lot on it.