In the mid-1970s, just west of the Wilson Club Hotel for Men, was a block filled with a day-labor agency, a Goodwill store and several bars. One of the bars was called Club Granada. You can see it in this shot called Deliverance. This was a fairly dangerous stretch of Wilson. North Clifton next to these bars was a favorite place for alcoholics and drug addicts to hang out. So I was surprised when I saw these barefoot girls who appeared to be five or six years old walking down the street together. I snapped this shot from across Wilson Avenue. Minutes later, they attempted to cross Wilson and were almost run over.