How to Live in a City – 1964

Have you ever wondered what makes some cities better than others? In public access television pioneer George C. Stoney’s ‘How

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Time For Coffee – 1940’s

Time For Coffee – 1940’s               Saw the movie – Now try the mug!

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Bela Lam & Family: Poor Little Benny – 1920’s

Virginia native Zanddervon Beliah Lamb, renamed Bela Lam by Okeh Records, performs the song Poor Little Benny with wife Rose

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Greenwich Village Sunday – 1960

Take a stroll through the streets, parks and neighborhoods that make up Greenwich Village. Before Washington Square became the NYU

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Newsreel: Anti-War March – 1967

In this clip from 1967, newsreel presenter Ed Herlihy narrates  the anti-Vietnam War marches which took place in New York

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Rosalie Allen: Chime Bells – 1940’s

Who doesn’t love a great yodeler? It’s Rosalie Allen, who taught herself to play music as a child in Pennsylvania

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Drugs: A Day in the Death of Donny B. – 1969

Poor Donny B. . . . Forever wandering the streets looking for that fix to end all fixes. Those around

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Coney Island – 1940’s

Coney Island, “the place where merriment is king!” Take a trip 75 years back in time. SEE masses of New

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Around the World in New York – 1960’s

This short travel promotional film Around the World in New York was produced in the early 1960’s. In Around the

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Newsreel: Teddy Roosevelt – 1953

“Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground.” – Theodore Roosevelt This biography of Theodore

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Tica Ti – Tica Ta – 1942

Tica Ti Tica Ta, produced in 1942, stars “dynamite swing singer” Ginger Harmon and vaudeville dancing team the Mercer Brothers.

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