These NYC Subway Portraits From The '60s Are Marvelous
No colour bar: While segregation still existed in much of the country in New York the barriers were coming down
Gordon Parks-I like this photo because the emphasis is there but subjects are not dead in center. The black and white adds contrasts and the subjects face express an emotion that gives you the overall tone
Rare Photos From 1966 Show the NYC Subway in Full Color http://gizmodo.com/rare-photos-from-1966-show-the-nyc-subway-in-full-color-1671949358
In the spring of 1952 Ralph Ellison published his novel Invisible Man, a revelatory account of what it was to be black in postwar America. E...