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Philadelphia
Description: Prominent landmarks and scenes of Philadelphia, one of the many routes of American Airlines.
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Clip #: TFA-335E
Length: 4:34
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1960s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
City: Philadelphia
Subject: Street Scene
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1960’s, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, grazing horses, male commuters reading newspapers as they wait for Main Line train to arrive at Paoli station, Center City, Philadelphia, highway and skyline, cityscape, Independence Hall, modern high rise buildings, Betsy Ross House, Christ Church Burial Ground, Benjamin and Deborah Franklin gravestone, modern architecture near historic buildings, Philadelphia City Hall, woman playing tennis, men playing bocce, street scenes, traffic, market, pedestrians, Nan Duskin, Chinatown, historic buildings, pretzel being topped with mustard, J.E. Caldwell & Co. Jewelers store, tattoo shop, Delaware River, Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Port of Philadelphia, cargo including tank being loaded into and unloaded from cargo ships, people dining along waterfront, historic homes fallen into disrepair to be restored, railroad bridge, rowers, boys playing and swimming in creek, horse drinking from trough / fountain, equestrian statues, Smith Memorial Arch, statues, fountains, highway, Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia Museum of Art

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