I took this shot on Wilson Avenue in 1975. These two men were sitting on a doorstep drinking Budweiser out of a quart bottle and smoking cigarettes when I first approached them. I can’t tell you much about the older man. The younger one, however, told me on a previous occasion that he had run away from home and that his family lived in Argo, a southwestern suburb of Chicago, about three miles west of Midway airport. Uptown in the mid-1970s was filled with drifters. A psychologist I know warns that children learn from relationships. And when they don’t have them at home, they often make choices that are negative.