Montgomery County Community College
The Betzwood Collection contains items created by the Lubin Manufacturing Company, production company of silent era films, and collected by Film historian and Montgomery County Community College Emeritus Professor Joseph Eckhardt. The Lubin Manufacturing Company was owned and operated by Siegmund Lubin, entrepreneur and movie pioneer. The collection is named for the Company's Betzwood Studio, the most state-of-the-art facility of its time. Items include administrative records from the Betzwood Studio, created both during the Lubin era and after his declaration of bankruptcy, the subsequent owners, the Wolfe brothers, promotional material for films, industry magazines, film stills, glass plate negatives, items created around the studio's most famous releases, The Toonerville Trolley, and items created by Professor Eckhardt supporting his research including audio cassette recordings of oral histories of studio employees and family members, which have been digitized, as well as artifacts ... Read More
Smithsonian Libraries
Scrapbooks featuring popular American motion picture and stage actresses of the 1920s and 1930s, shown in evening dress and other designer clothing -- The images have been excised from various unidentified publications, and have been pasted in contemporary commercially-produced paperbound albums with lined paper. Most are photographic reproductions in black and white, although some are printed in sepia or color. Many of the images are accompanied by brief printed or handwritten captions
Stanford University
19th century American and British stage, photographs of 19th and early 20th century American and British actors, Irish Theatre programs, American silent film, and film and stage personalities

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