The lost, intimate work of photographer Robert Frank.  Uncovered, candid and perfect.

From The New York Times (Lens Blog): In 1958, the promotions department of The New York Times hired a young Swiss expat to take pictures that were collected in a slim hardcover book for prospective advertisers. The book, “New York Is,” extolled the virtues of the city and of the newspaper as the best way to tap its prosperous postwar consumers.