FRANK OSCAR LARSON AND NEW YORK CITY IN THE 1950s

 

Bank auditor in the day and photograph during the weekend, Frank Oscar explored in the 1950s, NY City from Time Square to Central Park, Chinatown and the Queens. He let us today a stunning photography testimony.

In 1964, when Frank Larson passed away, his wife packed all their possessions and moved out of their retirement home in Lakeville Connecticut. The box of negatives remained with the family, tucked away in storage. Few years ago his grandson found this incredible collection and Larson’s work came into the public spotlight. Since then, The Queens Museum of Arts handed the negatives and photos and displayed them in others exhibit.

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Pics by Frank Oscar Larson

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