Airdate: 10/17/10 Just over 100 years ago, a filmmaker strapped a movie camera to the front of a San Francisco streetcar and took a ride down Market Street, capturing the pedestrians, cars, fashion, buildings, and other signs of the time. These may be some of the last images ever captured of San Francisco in the early 1900s, because soon thereafter, much of the city was destroyed in an earthquake and fire. Morley Safer reports on this astonishing film and the detective work it took to determine its true age.
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