Black Cracker Online
So ends this sketchy, rudimentary overview I did for a documentary filmmaker 20 years ago. But next week this space will run my unpublished Village Voice interview with Horace Bullard on the reconstruction of Coney Island—that never happened. The sublime element of sleaze became more prominent through the 1950s and ’60s. There was further decay as property taxes rose with the minimum wage. Mom-and-pop rides and side-street spook houses across Surf Avenue cut costs on maintenance and…
Grocery store of the 1940s
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Lord & Taylor 1950's Window
This window is from 1953 featuring the new full-skirted, crinoline lined Anne Fogarty dresses. The mannequin on the left has shown up to the party in the "old" style dress and all the other girls are giving her the "eye" of disdain over her unfashionable choice of party attire.
Faces in the News: 1941
Faces in the News: 1941 October 1941. “Manikins in store window. Amsterdam, New York.” Faces in the News, and vice versa. Medium-format negative by John Collier. View full size.
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