Delightful Amateur Film Provides Candid View of New York City in the Early 1970s

The short film “Schneider’s Handbook of New York City” is a candid, street-level view of New York City in the early 1970s by amateur filmmaker Irving Schneider. The 20-minute color film has no sound or narrative, instead focusing on the people and sights of the city, from Brooklyn Heights to Time Square.

via Dangerous Minds

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