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Life Magazine, Vol. 59 No. 2 (19 November 1965).

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DARKNESS WAS A TIME FOR DISCOMFORT--AND INTIMATE DINING

FATIGUE AND FUN: The steps of Grand Central Station (left) gave cold comfort to some blackout refugees. Some more fortunate souls dined extra-intime by candlelight (top picture) in a restaurant--one of hundreds which remained open. To help drivers, police set flares like the one (bottom picture) being placed to mark a fork in a busy highway.

 

LIFE, Vol. 59 No. 2 (November 19, 1965)
Copyright 1965 Time, Inc.
Photos: Frederick Douglas De Van (left),
Dick Saunders (top right),
Arthur Schatz (bottom right)
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