Jazz writer and photographer William P. Gottlieb spent plenty of time on “Swing Street,” that section of West Fifty-Second Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Manhattan where many jazz clubs were located in the ground floors of brownstones, so it was only natural that he go outside and shoot the street in its entirety.
Monday, November 7, 2011
Swing Street 1948
This post on the Hemmings blog represents a confluence of interests for me. In its continuing series of street scene photographs featuring now antique autos, Hemmings selected a these shots from the Library of Congress Gottlieb collection, merging classic cars and swing history.
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