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In the 1940s, cable cars and automobiles competed for the right-of-way on New York City’s busy Broadway Street. What began as a Native American trail on Manhattan Island, morphed into a thoroughfare when Dutch immigrants settled the area. After the Civil War, musical theaters popped up along the prestigious street. It wasn’t uncommon to hop a streetcar in the 1920s, to take you from one end of Manhattan to the other.
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