1939 New York in HD Colour

English: Times Square

English: Times Square (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

>> SOUND ON, Best viewed in full screen [small icon at the bottom right of this Vimeo video].
New York City, Summer 1939.  Rarely seen recently surfaced amateur movie, filmed by a French tourist, Jean Vivier, in 16mm Kodachrome.

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