Translated Jeff Matthews
Thanks to the curiosity of a dear friend, architect Pasquale Dell'Aversa, and his scouting around the internet, I found this marvelous shot of a bit of (probably) Neapolitan life, shot after WWII. The only information I was able to discern was "This is by the Polish photographer, David Seymour, active in Europe after the war and was taken in 1948."
The same collection contains the second image, as well, and is perhaps of the same quarry in Naples.
There is an entry on David Seymour in the English Wikipedia at this link.
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