Coasting (1898) - Watch Online. Directed by William Heise

Genres Documentary     Short    
Country USA
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  • Coasting (1898) - IMDb

    Directed by William Heise. "Taken on the steep Court street hill, Newark, N.J., and shows a great number of school children enjoying this mid-winter sport."

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