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Thomas Armat papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS94
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Thomas Armat Papers consist of a few letters to Thomas Armat and members of his family and 67 glass negatives with photos of documents and early motion picture devices. The correspondence includes 1 letter from Thomas Edison to Armat crediting Armat with the invention of the motion picture projector and 1 letter from Orville Wright to Armat regarding the Smithsonian Institution. Many of the photos are of legal documents for a case, Armat Motion Picture Company v. Edison Manufacturing...

Homer Vaughan Hervey collection 1

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS322
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Homer Vaughan Hervey Collection consists of vintage movie posters and film stills from famous Hollywood movies of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Also included in the collection are film stills and movie posters from a few English, French, and Italian films from the same era, as well as from a few American films of the 1930s through early 1960s. The collection is stored in two boxes of film stills and one oversize box of movie posters.

Martin J. Quigley Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS142
Collection level scope and contents note The Martin J. Quigley Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, photographs and related printed ephemera regarding Quigley Publications, the Production Code, and the Legion of Decency. The papers, dating from 1917 to 1970, comprise 4.5 linear feet of material, arranged into 4 boxes and 260 folders. The collection is organized into series as follows:Series 1. Individual Correspondence. Files of correspondence from individuals arranged alphabetically. Includes notables such as...

Terry Ramsaye Papers

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Identifier: GTM-880315
Scope and contents note Terry Ramsaye (1885 - 1954), former editor of the Motion Picture Herald and author of A Million and One Nights, an early history of the motion picture industry, was a prolific writer and respected film historian. His papers, comprising 5 boxes (6.75 linear feet), are arranged in six series: a Dope File Series, Individual Series, Subject Series, Manuscripts Series, Photographic Series, and Personal Series.Items of interest indexed in Terry Ramsaye's papers are a TLS by Wm. Kennedy...

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