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... . Episcopal 14 Madison Avenue Syna- gogue, Jewish 15 Fifth Avenue Synagogue, Jewish 16 First Methodist 17 Dr. Hall’s Presbyterian 18 Messiah, Unitarian 19 Fifth Avenue Universalist Hospitals. 1 Bellevue 2 Mt. Sinai 3 St. Luke’s 4 Homeopathic 5 ...

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... . A musi- cale was also given by a large number of pupils of Mr. and Mrs. Lent in the Universalist Church during this month, violincello, violin and piano numbers being skillfully rendered by over thirty of their bright students. Mr ...

3. Variety December 1905

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... . Saturday, December 23, previous to the afternoon performance, she became a bride. Rev. Dr. William E. Gibbs, of the Lawrence Universalist Church, tied the knot at his home. Tom Moore, singer of coon songs, and Miss Helena Castano, whirlwind dancer, were respectively best man and bridesmaid ...

4. Moving Picture World 3 Jul - 31 Dec 1909

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... . Pres- ident Taft with his secret service men. Taft at the church on Sunday morning. Leaving the hotel and starting for the Universalist Church. His arrival. Witnessing the musical program before placing the corner stone ...

5. Variety April 1910

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... . Puffer, pastor of the First Universalist Church of Salem. Theirs was the famous "trial divorce" case. In 1907 the Puffers agreed to live apart for three years. At the end of that time, if either husband or wife wished to continue the separation, application for divorce was to be filed ...

6. Moving Picture World 2 Jul 1910 - 31 Dec 1910

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... . These are being printed daily in The Times and form interesting material for thought. Extracts from some of the most recent statements are printed below: Rev. John Van Schaick. Jr., pastor of the Universalist Church of Our Fathers, has said in part ...

7. Motography Apr-Dec 1911

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... . Thomas of the Universalist church gave his second moving picture entertainment March 28 in Unity hall to an audience that crowded the place. At least 300 were present. It seems evident that the hall is not large enough to contain those who will wish to enjoy further shows of the kind to be given by Rev ...

8. The Nickelodeon Jan-Mar 1911

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... . Now I am going to start showing moving pictures." With this statement, Rev. Clark S. Thomas, pastor of the First Universalist church, Elgin, 111., told of his plans to convert a part of the church into a place of amusement for his parishioners and the public in general. Mr ...

9. Moving Picture World 6 Jul 1912 - 28 Sep 1912

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... . Phil Martell, the pioneer moving picture man of Geneva, 111., has taken over the Star on West State Street In that city, and will conduct it. He has been In retirement for several years. Rev. Mr. Fiske, of the Universalist church, startled Galesburg. 111 ...

10. Motography Jul-Dec 1913

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... better care of the passengers committed to his charge.— Lincoln (Neb.) Star. Motion picture comedies, travel pictures and dramas are to replace the regular Sunday e\ ening sermons at the Universalist church, Raymond avenue and Chestnut street, Pasadena. California ...

11. Moving Picture World Apr-Jun 1913

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... . to the Universalist Society, which is to give a performance of its own. S. W.. Pollack, who formerly owned the Lyric Theater, Natick, Mass., writes from Europe that he will return to Boston the first week in May. Mr ...

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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 ...

13. Moving Picture World Jul-Sep 1914

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... . The Calvary Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, will show moving pictures ot a religious nature. Rev. John W. Ross, pastor, is booming the plan, which was favorably acted upon by tho men's club of the church. Other local churches which will give similar programs will be Grace Universalist Church, Central Presbyterian Church, Delaware Avenue Baptist Church and Lafayette Presbyterian Church. Henry M ...

14. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1915

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... . A lecture on "Religion and the Drama" and "The Morals of the Movies" was an- nounced for a Sunday evening at the Universalist church in Peoria by Rev. Dr. Carpenter. H. W. Smith is now manager of the Lyric theater at Sterling, having leased the house from Wilson McKim ...

15. Moving Picture World Jan-Mar 1915

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... . "No clieap or reckless producer should be allo-wed to lay his hands upon the great master-pieces," declared Rev. L. G. Carpenter, pastor of the Universalist Church at Peoria, 111., in a sermon on "The Morals of the Movies ...

16. 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 ...

17. Moving Picture World 2 Oct 1915 - 30 Oct 1915

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... October 30, 1915 THE MOVING PICTURE WORLD 823 cunsiuerea among- the most complete and most systematic in the city. The old Universalist Church on Cross street, Somerville, Mass., has been sold for a picture theater ...

18. Motion Picture News Nov 1915-Jan 1916

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... . The Theatorium, at Crawfordsville, has been bought by Fred Mater, one of the proprietors of the Gem, from A. S. Miller. MASSACHUSETTS Mayor Cliff of Somerville has granted permission to hold moving picture shows in the First Universalist Church on Cross street ...

19. Moving Picture World Oct-Dec 1916

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... . There are no gaudy decorations about this stage, simply a row of potted plants of gay hue just below the border lights. The use of colored arc lights is cfTectively managed, .'\bout that church? Well, it is used by the Sec- ond Universalist parish, the Rev. Stephen H. Roblin, pastor ...

20. Motion Picture Magazine Aug 1917-Feb 1918

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... ." Look up April 1917 Classic. E. A. J.—You might write the photogra- phers. A picture of Billie Burke in Febru- ary and July 1916 Classic. EILEEN SEDGWICK IS THE LATEST UNIVERSALIST TO CATCH THE EQUESTRIENNE FEVER ...