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Title: Review of reviews and world’s work
Year: 1890 (1890s)
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Publisher: New York Review of Reviews Corp
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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dent of France, and the Em-perors of Russia, Germany, and Austria. October 18.—The Germans launch an attackagainst the Russian line from the Pinsk marshesto Rumania (300 miles). The British Parliament, by a majority of 197,postpones consideration of the Irish question, thematter having been brought up by John Redmond,the Nationalist leader. October 19.—The Cunard liner Alaunia. with10,000 tons of war supplies, is sunk by a mine inthe English Channel. The British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Regi-nald McKenna, declares in the House of Com-mons that Britain is spending ,000,000 a day. October 20.—Rumania reports that an -Austro-German invading army, under General vonFalkenhayn, has been driven back to the border;the Bulgar-German army in the Dobrudja dis-trict of Rumania begins a new offensive on theentire front. The -American agents of the Brrmcn, Ger-manys second trans-.Atlantic merchant sub-marine (which left Bremerhaven about Septem-ber 1 I abandon hope of her safe arrival.

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Q InuniaUoittl Film Serric« THIRTY THOUSAND AMERICAN TROOPS PASSING IN REVIEW ON THE MEXICAN BORDER(The greatest marching body of American troops since Lincoln reviewed the Northern armies, in Washington, at the close of the Civil War) RECORD OF OTHER EVENTS (From September 21 to Octnhrr 20, I916) AMERICAN POUTICS AND GOVERNMENTSeptember 23.—President Wilson, speaking toNew Jersey business men at his summer residenceat Long Branch, defends his solution of the rail-road crisis and declares that the principle of theeight-hour day is not arbitrable. September 25.—In an address at Dayton, Mr.Hughes, Republican Presidential candidate, de-clares that the Railroad Eight-Hour Law does notlimit hourt, but regulates wages. September 26.—In the New Jersey primaries,Senator Vfarfine (Dem.) is renominated, defeat-ing .A- jeneral Westcott, supported by theAdmi; n; the Republican nominee is JosephS. FrclinghuyMn. October 3.— n to the Philippine Senate are won by N ^ t candidates in 19 out o

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Image from page 4 of “Transactions of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers (1921)” (1921)
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Title: Transactions of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers (1921)
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Society of Motion Picture Engineers
Subjects: motion pictures
Publisher: Society of Motion Picture Engineers
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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TRANSACTIONS OF THE SOCIETY OF MOTION PICTURE ENGINEERS CONTENTS Officers 3 Lists of Various Committees 6 Members 8 Presidents Address 13 Meeting of Board of Governors 16 Report of Educational Committee 18 Report of Advertising Committee 20 Papers Committee Report , 21 Report of Committee on Electrical Devices 23 Tentative Report of Optics Committee 25 Motion Picture Nomenclature. 34 A Review of Material, Pertaining to Motion Picture Engineering. By R. P. Burrows 39 Lighting for Motion Picture Theatres. By J. L. Stair 52 Discussion of J. L. Stairs Paper 70 Motion Picture Cameras. By Carl Louis Gregory, T. R. P. S 73 Discussion of Gregorys Paper 82 The Absorption of Light by Toned and Tinted Motion Picture Film. By Loyd A. Jones and C. W. Gibbs 85 Discussion of Paper. By L. A. Jones 101 Condenser Lenses for Theatre Motion Picture Equipment. By Carl E. Egeler 10-1 Discussion on Mr. Egelers Paper 114 Address of Mr. F. W. Stratton 124 Continuous Motion Projector of the Taking of Picturestransactionsofso12soci_0

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