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Description: Two men synchronize the sound on an International Harvester film narrated by Chet Huntley at International Harvester's Hickory Hill Farm.
Description: Show window at the Sherwin Williams Paint Store, 327 State Street, featuring a display announcing an upcoming movie at the Capitol Theatre titled "It's a P...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Aerial view of D.W. Griffith's motion picture studio in Mamaronek, New York. Griffith bought the 28-acre estate of Henry Flagler on Orienta Point in 1919 a...
Description: A crowd of children, some in costume, gather at the Orpheum Theater entrance behind a caricature labeled "Jack Holt" during a promotion for the film, "Swi...
Description: A woman sits at a table while spooling motion picture film onto a reel at International Harvester's Hickory Hill Farm.
Description: Three actors pose with a McCormick-Deering tractor and grain drill on the set of the Fox Film production "Our Daily Bread".
Description: Actress Steffi Duna stands on the International T-20 TracTracTor (crawler tractor) used in the motion picture Escape by Night.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: The Bostock Arena and Jungle, part of David Horsley's Centaur motion picture studio and animal attraction in Los Angeles, c. 1915.
"The Moving Picture W...
Description: A woman spools motion picture film onto a reel at International Harvester's Hickory Hill Farm.
Description: A man operates a film reel inside a room at International Harvester's Hickory Hill Farm.
Description: The Dixieland Theatre in South Jacksonville, Florida, before it was converted by the Gaumont Company into a film studio.
Description: A man looks through a movie camera as another looks on in a studio at International Harvester's Hickory Hill Farm.
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: General view of the American Film Company studio located at State Street and Mission Street in Santa Barbara, California. The American Film Company, also k...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the Max Sennett Studios. There are many open-roofed studios with cloth diffusers. A huge sign reads: "Paramount-Comedies-Mack Sennett-Come...
Description: Cameraman Jules Cronjagger and director Ralph Ince shoot a scene with Earle Williams (as Tom Barclay) and Anita Stewart (as Celestia, the Goddess) in the V...
Description: Two men and a woman operate film reels inside a room at International Harvester's Hickory Hill Farm.
Description: Group shot of the cast and crew for the Universal serial "The Broken Coin," taken after shooting the final scene. Grace Cunard and Francis Ford are in the...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Photograph of the winter studios of the Kalem Company showing outbuildings on the grounds of the Roseland Hotel on the St. Johns River near Jacksonville, F...
Description: Thomas H. Ince gestures to a cameraman who is moving a Bell & Howell camera on its tripod. Over Ince's shoulder is William S. Hart in costume as a minister...
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