My friend Mark Barrett sends the link to Goodbye to Glocamorra, 1968 documentary from Irish television on the Irish neighborhood of Inwood, on the north end of Manhattan. (Mark has the rare pleasure of seeing his father as a young man. He appears about nine minutes in, riding around the neighborhood with the interviewer.)
The documentary offers an insight into a culture and world not pretty much gone, especially in Manhattan, at a time that culture and world was beginning to see the challenges that would eventually dissolve it. Inwood is no longer the Irish neighborhood it was. Also interesting is the fact that the interviewer is a priest. We’re not going to see that today on Irish television.