Garry Winogrand’s Mid-Century Street Photographs Capturing a Time Gone By

In 2014 New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art showcased previously undeveloped rolls of film from Mid-century american street photographer Garry Winogrand. Winogrand was known for his portrayal of American life in the early 1960s. Many of his photographs depict social issues of the time. It shows the … Read MoreGarry Winogrand’s Mid-Century Street Photographs Capturing a Time Gone By

Black & White Photos of NYC and Its People in the 1950s by Unknown Photographer Frank Larson

Frank Oscar Larson was born in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in 1896, the son of Swedish immigrants who moved to New York in early 1890’s. Frank’s father John Larson was a foreman at Hecla Iron Works in Williamsburg, one of the nation’s premier manufacturers of decorative wrought iron … Read MoreBlack & White Photos of NYC and Its People in the 1950s by Unknown Photographer Frank Larson