Food Flashback: New York City in 1938
What was the local New York food scene like in 1938? A collection of archived photographs in the Museum of the City of New York provide some clues. From lobsters at the Fulton Fish Market to a fruit pushcart on a street corner, it’s a fascinating look at our shared food experiences.
(Images: Sol Libsohn from the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York)