For over seventy-five years Howard Frank captured the irony, grit
and rhythm of American life in his striking black and white
In 1932 he became a freelance photographer for International News
Photos, and in 1938 his work was exhibited in the First
International Photographic Exposition at Grand Central Palace. His
work has been exhibited widely and is include in many galleries,
private collections and museums.
His photographs have most recently appeared in "New York City in
Photographs 1850-1945" by Susan Wright and "This Joint is Jumpin" by
Tanja Crouch. Howard continued to make photographic prints from the
original vintage negatives up until his death in May of 2000. Prints
by Howard, contemporary estate stamped prints and glicee prints from
the original negatives are available for purchase, limited use
rights and exhibition.