New Haven Commuters, 1961
The corporate wheel turns round and round as the Cogs commute from New Haven to Manhattan (an impressive 80 mile trek). It reminds me of the daily commute Don Draper must make from Westchester to Sterling Cooper on Madison Ave. The following photographs outline what Donald Draper would have had to endure on a daily basis: Alcohol, cigarette smoke, packed subway cars, and greasy middle-aged men discussing their recent extra-marital escapades. I’m convinced somewhere out there, that would be considered a very good day.