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Ever New...New York
Description: A film about the construction of the new Equitable Life Assurance Society building in 1961.

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Clip #: TFA-156A
Length: 9:47
Year: 1962
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: New York
City: New York
Subject: Construction
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1960s, New York City, skyscrapers, wrecking ball demolishing building, demolition, cars, traffic, street, pedestrians, crossing street, curb, sidewalk, going out of business sign, construction, Chrysler Building, old and new buildings, roads, apartment buildings, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Washington Square Park, Washington Square Arch, horse drawn carriage going down Fifth Avenue, cityscape, skyline, Brooklyn Bridge, passengers disembarking airplane on rolling stairs, passengers disembarking Miss New York ferry boat, helicopter landing in Manhattan, Wall Street, Fifth Avenue, fashionable women, Museum of Modern Art garden, sculptures, Guggenheim Museum, skyscrapers, modern buildings, office buildings, old and new Equitable Life Assurance Society buildings, dynamite plunger being detonated, demolition, excavator, construction site, The Equitable Life Assurance Society sign, construction workers building skyscraper, worker putting tags on file cabinets furniture and equipment, boxes being transported onto moving truck, policy holder assets being transported onto armored trucks, police escort, vault, empty lobby, engineer turning wheel, control board lights, receptionist answering phone, typewriters, printers, office using mechanical filing system, American flag hanging outside skyscraper


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