We’re not sure when The Harlem photo studio started and ended on the South West corner of 124th Street and Third Avenue in East Harlem, but based on these photographs we think it was somewhere around the turn of the 19th century. Continue reading
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Tagged 125th Street, Arts and Entertainment, Business, East Harlem, Harlem, New York City, Photograph, S. W. Corner 124th Street And Third Avenue in East Harlem, Seventh Avenue, Third Avenue, United States
The Mount Moriah Baptist Church Van in Harlem, the loved the great slogan on the side of the van, “Serving The Lord The Old Way, In A New Way, Leading Us All The Way.” Continue reading
Posted in Art, Harlem art, Harlem photographs, Harlem World, Harlem World Magazine, hw photo of the day, Photography
Tagged 120th and 119th Streets, Daniel Tisdale, Danny Tisdale, Harlem, In A New Way, Leading Us All The Way, Manhattan Avenue, Mount Moriah Baptist Church, Photograph, The Lord tTe old way
Here is something for the Harlem sneaker freaks, this guerilla marketing of the limited edition 2012 Leather World Basketball Festival Packs shoe stencil on 125th Street in Harlem in front of the retail store Jimmy Jazz. Continue reading
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Tagged 125th Street, 2012 Leather World Basketball Festival Packs shoe, Daniel Tisdale, Festival Packs shoe, Harlem, Harlme sneakers, Jimmy Jazz, limited edition, Photograph, sneaker freaks, World Basketball Festival Packs
Photograph by Danny Tisdale with phone camera shoot on 119th Street and Frederick Douglass Blvd.,.
The image was taken during the mid-day on April 15th, 2012. Continue reading
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Tagged Amercian Flag Tie, arts, Danny Tisdale, Eighth Avenue (Manhattan), Frederick Douglass, Frederick Douglass Blvd, Harlem, New York City, Photograph, United States
Paparazzi 1 photograph for a new series with Danny Tisdale in the image walking away from the photographer.
By V. Holly, using a Panasonic digital camera.
A photographic montage looking west towards from the window of the Harlem World Magazine office in the Hotel Theresa, Harlem, NY. Continue reading
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Tagged apollo theatre, Danny Tisdale, Harlem, Harlem World Magazine, Hotel Theresa, los angelels, Los Angeles, Photograph, Riverside Church, Riverside Drive
Clarence Davis, an award winning photographer and former New York Daily News photojournalist in his book “A Chronicle in Black and White” reveals his collection of 200 black and white photos representing some of his most striking images, some never published, from 1965 to 2005. Continue reading