Unlike suburban life, where people drive everywhere, city life involves a lot of lugging things around—small things, large things, in all kinds of weather. Even if you wind up in a cab, you’ve got to get to where the cabs are. New Yorkers are all familiar with the Yiddish term “schlep,” which means to lug something around with great effort. I spotted this fellow schlepping a suitcase near the main branch of the New York Public Library on a hot summer day and photographed him in a spot of sunlight on West 40th Street. He’s untucked; his bag is untucked. Such a schlep!
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