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These vintage photographs capture a timeless energy and diversity that is characteristic of the sleepless streets of New York City. The recently discovered antique portraits showcase the city in the midst of the 1950’s, as seen through the Rolleiflex lens of the undiscovered photographer Frank Larson. While digging through his aunt’s attic, where Larson stowed away his images in 1964, the photographer's grandson found this remarkable collection of street scenes that give a candid glimpse…

Vintage Photos of Everyday Life in 1950s New York Discovered in Attic 50 Years Later

Frank Oscar Larson was a street photographer who took numerous photographs in the streets of New York during the Photo: Times Square, three young ladies prepare to have their pictures taken in Manhattan photo booths in April

Vivian Maier. She wandered the streets of New York and, mostly using her Rolleiflex twin-lens reflex camera, snapped pictures wherever she went. 1951-1956.

Nearly Lost 1950s Street Photos of New York

This is the story of Manhattan's Little Italy. From the 1880's until the 1950's waves of Italian immigrants came to America and settled on Mulberry...

This is the story of Manhattan's Little Italy. From the until the waves of Italian immigrants came to America and settled on Mulberry Street. Unlike the earlier Italian immigrants these people were poor and uneducated.

33 Everyday Street Scenes From Late 1800s New York City - Double Decker Bus

33 Everyday Street Scenes From Late 1800s New York City

Ladies on a Bus, New York City Vintage Collection: Double decker bus in New York City. This image is in the public domain. The original photographer is unknown. The picture was labeled but it is more likely from the period

Street Life in London, 1876

Old Furniture From 'Street Life in London', by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith: "At the corner of Church Lane, Holborn, there was a second-hand furniture dealer, whose business was a cross between that of a shop and a street stall.

Central Park, New York, c. 1900   from Anonymous by Robert Flynn Johnson

Central Park, New York - circa 1900 from the anonymous photograph collection of Robert Flynn Johnson

'Garry Winogrand' review: A darkening vision

'Garry Winogrand' review: A darkening vision

Winogrand's 1961 photo of a fashionable New York woman has a timeless "Mad Men"-style appeal.

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