Via Gothamist by Jen Larson
Starting February 5th and running through May 20th, the Queens Museum of Art will be showing off the work of photographer Frank Oscar Larson, who documented the streets of New York in the 1950s. They’re in possession of “several thousand historic negatives hidden from sight for 55 years,” and will bring 65 of them in print form to their “1950s New York Street Stories” installation. Larson was a Queens banker who had a “lifelong passion for photography” and yielded a tremendous images of everyday life in 1950s New York.

Hell's Kitchen by Frank Larson courtesy of the Queens Museum of Art

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