Negro Motorist Green Book, Queens NY, Migrant Kitchens
In the United States, the advent of the automobile conjured a world with open roads to journey with wonder, spontaneity, and freedom. Yet this romantic did not apply to all. Enter Victor H. Green. A postal worker from Harlem, Green published The Negro Motorist Green Book for Harlem, his city, and New York in 1936...for more details, articles, photography and interviews on the African Americans in Queens.