Every city is divided into neighbor-
hoods, sometimes for economic reasons,
and sometimes for issues relating to
race or income. The following photo-
graphs show a neighborhood different from
the city it belongs to. There's no clear
line that separates it from it's better half.
Some say it's divided by a set of railroad tracks.
Some say it begins in an alley way between
Kentucky and Adams st. Wherever it begins
and whatever it may be called, I know it as
my backyard. This is a collection of photo-
graphs giving a glimpse into the neighborhood
and it's inhabitants.