Before he made films, Stanley Kubrick worked for Look Magazine as a photojournalist. He was “the youngest staff photographer in the publication’s history,” and in ‘49, Look sent him to Chicago- where he shot everything from performance to business to scenery to slice-o-life.
There are only (only!) 50-aught Kubrick photographs out of the four million photos from the magazine’s archives that have been published by the Library of Congress. Small percentage, sure, but any at all is still huge.
More to most are featured in this article on chicaogist.com