Chezlouise. New York City photos by Charles W. Cushman reveal 1940s life in the Big Apple. Photos by Indiana snapper Charles Weever Cushman in 1941 and 1942Expensive colour Kodachrome was used to take impressive collectionMany buildings have since been demolished but some of them still stand By Mark Duell Created: 14:08 GMT, 13 September 2011 It’s been 70 years since an Indiana photographer visited New York City and returned home with an amazing collection of holiday snaps. But Charles Weever Cushman’s pictures are even more impressive today, as they were taken on pricey colour Kodachrome and look far more recent than they actually are.
He went around the city taking photos of architecture such as the Brooklyn Bridge and other parts of the Manhattan skyline - and it’s hard to believe they were taken while World War Two was going on. Land and water: The Liberty Street ferry in New York City on September 27, 1941 Horse and cart: Men and boys are seen collecting salvage on the Lower East Side on October 4, 1941 He enlisted in the U.S. Read more about the Charles W. 03_galerie_actu. POIL (REMI GAILLARD) - une vidéo Comédie et Humour. Spectacles. Découvrez les Rencontres Trans Musicales 2011. Théâtre. EDITO.