D. Des Chene (goclenius) wrote,
D. Des Chene

Harlem in the 30s

Photographs by Aaron Siskind from the archives at the George Eastman House. The passage of time has given the furnishings of the rooms he photographed a perhaps spurious air of distinction; still the “most crowded block in the world” was surprisingly genteel. Via Wood s Lot.

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