The below video is a supercut of footage showing New York City between the years of 1896 and 1901. You'll get to spend just about 10 minutes around town—during a blizzard, an automobile parade, the Central Park ice skating rink—and it's all set to noise that's been added in. Something about the noise really makes it feel REAL, you know? So turn it up:

It's all in black & white, but we can assure you everyone was probably wearing mauve. Everyone was probably also hopped up on Dr. Williams' Pink Pill for Pale People and devouring Jelly-Con. What a time to be alive! [h/t Reddit]