60 Minutes recently aired an amazing report about the discovery of one of the most important vintage American films. The silent footage was shot in 1906 on Market Street, the main thoroughfare of San Francisco. The remarkable film was shot from a trolley car and shows a world gone forever- women in long dresses, men immaculately clad in suits and derby hats; newsboys hawking the daily paper and a boggling array of horses and carriages mingled with those new-fangled automobiles. Correspondent Morley Safer provides the excellent coverage and focuses on a film historian whose research shed important new light on the relevance of the footage: it was shot just days before the massive earthquake would undoubtedly kill many of the people seen onscreen. Click here to view.