Dr William Plumer Jacobs in on a trip from Coney Island to New York - June, 1890
from Diary of William Plumer Jacobs, page 285:
The fireworks were magnificent, a gem of beauty and beyond anything I had ever seen. we had a delightful return trip. There was music, singing and moonlight. The bay reflected the lights of the city, the electric lights above Brooklyn Bridge; the lofty lights on the statue of liberty, and the whole horizon, a mass of innumerable stars, was a scene to be remembered.
Dr William Plumer Jacobs, Diary of William Plumer Jacobs. In Thornwell Jacobs (ed.), Diary of William Plumer Jacobs, volume 138 (1937), p. 285. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1447580357730 accessed: 27 October, 2021
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|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in public|