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Image from page 379 of “Moving Picture Age (1920)” (1920)
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Identifier: movingpictureage03unse
Title: Moving Picture Age (1920)
Year: 1920 (1920s)
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Subjects: motion pictures
Publisher: Class Publications, inc.
Contributing Library: Library of Congress, MBRS, Moving Image Section
Digitizing Sponsor: Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division

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Please say, As advertised in MOVING PICTURE AGE, when you write to advertisers. 32 MOVING PICTURE AGE August, 1920 VISUAL INSTRUCnON We provide the most up-to-dateMotion Picture Apparatus forChurch, Industrial, Educationaland Business Organizations. We recommend the GraphoscopePortable Projector for short dis-tance throw up to 75 feet. The celebrated Motiograph Pro-jector for throw exceeding 75 feet. The Victor Portable Stereopticonis recommended for slide projection. For Stereopticon and Portable Pro-jector we recommend Victor Screenand for Motiograph the MirroroidScreen. Project-O-Lite and National CarbonsWRITE FOR UP-TO-DATE PRICE LIST Standard Theatre Equipment Co. 504 N. First Street MARTINS FERRY, OHIO 6i The National 55 A Stereopticon ofMerit and Simplicity

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Send forIllustrated Folder An Ideal Machine for Churches, Schools and Lodges National Projector & Film Corp. 1101—431 S. Dearborn St. Cliicago, 111. A letter from the Kineto Company of America, Inc., NewYork City, advises that its present distributing agencies for theCharles Urban Movie Chats are as follows: New York state and northern New Jersey: A. G. Wythe, Em-pire State Film Corporation, 729 Seventh Avenue, New York City. Illinois and Indiana: J. L. Friedman, Celebrated Players FilmCorporation, 207 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky: The Educational Film Com-pany of Ohio, Inc. (The Standard Film Service Company), Cleve-land, Ohio. North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Lou-isiana, Mississippi, Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Ten-nessee : A. Harrison, Jr., Harcol Film Company, New Orleans, La. .Switzerland and the Central Empire: M. R. Hartmann, EagleFilm Enterprise, Berne, Switzerland. All Europe except the countries controlled by

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Image from page 377 of “Architect and engineer” (1905)
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Identifier: architectenginee11935sanf
Title: Architect and engineer
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture Architecture Architecture Building
Publisher: San Francisco : Architect and Engineer, Inc
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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ness gets blamed for abouteverything that happens or doesnot happen and it has as muchright to demand its minimumwages as has its employees. Ithas the right to strike, only busi-ness isnt conducted by men wholack spirit, or who are subject todejection or fits or morose hope-lessness. Despite the increasingtoll that is being exacted of it,business is ready with a little helpfrom the government, to step onthe accelerator and help turn a pic-ture of stagnation and inactivityinto a movie. Business wants toget going and once it gets intomotion the social reforms will findbusiness men active in their sup-port. Business men will sell StanleyBall Bearing Hinges :OR smooth, trouble-free operation ofdoors for the life of the building. You will find our Architects Man-ual of Stanley Hardware veryuseful in making up hardwarespecifications. Send for a copy. THE STANLEY WORKSNew Britain, Conn. SAN FRANCISCO576 Monodnock BIdg. LOS ANGELES407 American Bank BIdg. SEATTLE619 Mutual LiFe BIdg. [STANLEY]

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America on any proposition that isgood for the country, becausebusiness likes to see activity and if certain social reform will solvethe problem of inactivity businesswill be back of them.—Stone. Building Exposition Auspices San Francisco Builders Exchange Wm. H. George, President Frederick Weddleton, Manager May 4 -12 – Nine Days Civic Auditoriunn San Francisco and trade organiiations in San • Endorsed by leadingFrancisco. • a co-operative movement with the Federal GovernmetBetter Housing Program. . . Everything for homes and buiings will be featured at this classic exposition. • Radio performers and movie stars will be in daily attendan • Great industrial parade, Thursday, May 2. • Conventions and meetings of a dozen architectural, engineing and construction bodies. • An architectural exhibition of Honor Award buildings, etc. 76 The Architect and Engineer, February, 1935 Classified Advertising Announcements All Firms arc Listed by Pages, besidesbeing grouped according

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