Ballet Girl Give A Girl The Right Shoes And She Can Conquer The World poster, canvas
When he was 14, Kellman spent his summer working for his father as a shipping clerk. He swept the floor of all the cuttings from the fabrics, wrapped the clothes in boxes, pushed the racks down the streets of the city — down Broadway, Fifth Avenue, 34th Street — and delivered them to department stores around Manhattan. He was paid $10 a week and, after paying a nickel to get to work and a nickel to get back home, he saved $9.50. By the end of the summer, he had saved enough money to buy his first camera, the Rolleicord. “That was how I managed to get started, just by taking pictures,” Kellman said.