A few nice movies coming out images I found:
Image from page 361 of “Panama and the canal in picture and prose ..” (1913)
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Title: Panama and the canal in picture and prose ..
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Abbot, Willis John, 1863-1934. [from old catalog]
Publisher: New York [etc.] Pub. in English and Spanish by Syndicate publishing company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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^ toround out the privileges of married life on the Zone,medical service is free and little Tommys slightestill may be prescribed for without fear of the doctorsbill—though, indeed, the children you see rompingin the pleasant places do not look as though theyever needed a prescription or a pill. So Jack looks from his bachelor quarters overtoward Married Row and it looks good to him.His amusements are but limited and his life doesverge on the monotonous. His only place of recrea-tion is the Y. M. C. A., which, while filling thewant admirably week days, is a bit solemn Sundaj-s—his only day off. The only theaters on the Zoneare at Colon and Panama, and those are in the mainonly exhibitions of movies. Moreover, the Pan-ama Railroad has thoughtfully arranged its schedule 324 PANAMA AND THE CANAL
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STREET SCENE IN CULEBRA SO that no Zone employee can go to the theatersave on Saturday or Sunday night without stayingout aU night. As Jack smokes in his half a room(perhaps only a quarter) or wrangles with his room-mate for place at the table lighted by one electriclight his mind naturally turns toward the comfortsenjoyed by his rnarried friends, and he sees himselfgreeted on his return from toil in the jungle or theCut by a cool, trim divinity in white, instead ofby a lumbering giant in muddy khaki, as weary,hungry and grouchy as he. Were he at home prudence would compel theconsideration of cost. Here the paternal Com-mission puts a premium on matrimony. Veryoften, so often, indeed, that it is almost the rule.Jack returns from his first vacation home with awife, or else coming alone is followedby the girl, and all goes merry as amarriage bell. But the time comeswhen Jack, a bachelor no longer, buta husband and perhaps a father,must leave the Isthmus. That timemust come for all of th
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