What Happened on Twenty-Third Street?

“What Happened on Twenty-Third Street” is a short film shot in our neighborhood in 1901 by Edison Manufacturing Company.

Plot Summary from Edison’s Catalog: A winner and sure to please. In front of one of the largest newspaper offices is a hot air shaft through which immense volumes of air are forced by a blower. Ladies in crossing this shaft often have their clothes slightly disarranged. A young man is escorting a young lady and talking very earnestly. They walk slowly along until they stand directly over the air shaft. The young lady’s skirts are suddenly raised to an almost unreasonable height, greatly to her horror and much to the amusement of the newsboys, bootblacks, and passersby.

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