Rush Hours in New York (1912)
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New Yorkers will find many familiar scenes in this novel production and non-residents will be able to gain an idea of what the rush hour means in the metropolis. We see the arrival of an early morning ferry-boat at the slip; a glimpse of the City Hall at eight a.m.; the Brooklyn Bridge at sunrise; the boot blacks at City Hall Park; noon in Herald Square, with the many shoppers thronged about the department stores; the matinee-goers in the theater district; the exit from the subway at 42nd Street and Broadway; the curb market in Wall Street.
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