The Krass Brothers image is of great importance to the installation. For Philadelphians who are over 35, Benny Krass is an immediately recognizable face and one that evokes a great sense of connection to the city. The Benny Krass photo is one that's been in it from the beginning. I am against nostalgia and I know that the Benny Krass image can smack of nostalgia for some, but I'm willing to include it because it exemplifies a sort of locality that few other photos do, even the ones that explicitly say "Philadelphia." Because the installation isn't about the location of where the images were made, I find it important to root the installation with several images that explicitly tell about Philadelphia, to Philadelphians.