New York in Black & White, 1936-1951

A handout photo shows a 1948 gelatin silver print taken by Ruth Orkin named “Boy Jumping into Hudson River”.
A handout photo shows a 1938 gelatin silver print taken by Alexander Alland named “Brooklyn Bridge”.
A handout photo shows a gelatin silver print taken by Arthur Leipzig named “Chalk Games”.
A handout photo shows a 1947 gelatin silver print taken by Sid Grossman named “Coney Island”.
A handout photo shows a gelatin silver print taken by Sol Prom (Solomon Fabricant) named “Dancing School”.

A handout photo shows a 1946 gelatin silver print taken by Arthur Leipzig named “Ideal Laundry”.
A handout photo shows a c. 1950 gelatin silver print taken by Tosh Matsumoto named “Untitled”.

Via Vintage Everyday

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~ by The 1955 Hudson on November 15, 2011.

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