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1. Reel and Slide Mar-Dec 1918

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... . Ashworth, Pastor, First Universalist Church, Sycamore, 111 5 Sees Projector in Every School—By Arthur E. Curtis, B.A 6 Canada's Rookies Study German Army Pictures 6 Analysis of Test on Yellowstone, Aid to Instructor Using Screen —By A. C. Derr, D.D ...

2. Exhibitors Herald Apr-Jun 1920

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... . Such persons, and they make up the reading element of theatredom, will be interested in the following account. "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists' production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

3. Reel and Slide Mar-Dec 1918

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... . We use the pictures only in the evening service which we emphasize as educational Minister of Universalist Church in City of 4,000 Gives Results of Three Years Work With Films and Slides—Plan Proves Success By Rev. G. H ...

4. Variety February 1915

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... . William Wallace Rose, Second Universalist Church While playing in Boston last April the company received a letter from William Wallace Rose, Minister of the Second Universalist Church of that city, as follows: "I was much taken with your splendid entertainment, which I witnessed last Monday afternoon, and am particu- larly anxious to know the name of the first selection played by your trio ...

5. Motion Picture News Jan-Feb 1919

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... . Dean Ellenwood, Universalist Minister. At his church, for the evening of Sunday, November 17, a " war " lecture by a celebrated California educator was booked. A great mass meeting was planned for the Congregational church to have a prominent Chicago judge for attraction ...

6. Moving Picture Age Jan-Dec 1920

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... ." Those who have the best interests of the moving picture at heart and who have tried to bring the church and theater into ac- cord will be interested to learn that "Broken Blossoms," D. W. Griffith's United Artists production, was recently exhibited at the Universalist church, Bridgeport, Conn ...

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... . Skinner's father was a Universalist minister, • noted through- out New England for his sermons, which have been described as "gems of good English, of high thought and eloquence." The mother of C)tis Skin- ner was a landscape painter of no mean ability ...

8. Moving Picture World Nov-Dec 1926

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... . He also made a big hook-up with a chain store grocery, which used 25,000 paper bags specially printed. Many Qood Ideas for The Flaming Frontier Andy Sharick, Universalist, sat in with the Eckel theatre, Syracuse, N. Y ...

9. Moving Picture World Jul-Aug 1926

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... , with "Don't kill a child, or you'll be Outside the Law." Co-operating with Universalist Jack Mere- dith, he used one inch scatters all through the newspapers, and pleased the Kiwanians immensely. It helped him to get permission to use a bucking Ford that clearly was Outside the Law, and ...

10. Moving Picture World May-Jun 1926

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... . This Phantom Stunt Is Qenerally Qood C. T. Lounsbury, Denver Universalist, is credited with a stunt for Phantom of the Opera that is as good for many other titles He worked it out for the Shuler Auditorium, Raton, N. M ...