The vibrant street life and people of New York City’s Lower East Side and Upper West Side in the 1950s and 1960s are presented in this book of black-and-white photographs by Jonathan Brand. A census taker and later an advertising copywriter, the American photographer chronicled life as he encountered it on his walks through the city. The book offers 104...
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