Soldiers looking at a film projector, France, during World War I. An officer is showing a small group of soldiers how to work a cine film projector. The officer has the Royal Arms as a cap badge. This suggests ... more
Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - School of Photography - Movie, still and graflex details starting out to cover an assignment
Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - School of Photography
Camouflage - Artillery - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A large part of the camouflage corps of the U.S. Army were made up of experienced moving picture men. A company of full strength was recruited from willing volunteers in Los Angeles, Cal., among the moving picture specialists. A demonstration held in one of the great Los Angeles studios was a revelation of what camouflage means when it is done by expert movie men. Photo shows instructing officer giving orders to camouflage the huge gun. The background, including houses, etc., are all camouflage
Photographer: International Film Service Camouflage - Artillery
American Red Cross - "Second Aid" - American soldiers writing and reading in A.R.C. Rest Room, formerly occupied by the Germans as a movie palace. Bouillonville, France
Photographer: American Red Cross, France American Red Cross - "Second Aid"
Camouflage - Wooden Guns - A camouflage gun in a camouflage town. A large part of the camouflage companies of the United States Army will be made up of full strength was recruited in 1917, from willing volunteers in Los Angeles, among the moving picture specialists. A demonstration held in one of the Los Angeles studios was a revelation of what camouflage means when it is done by expert movie men. These men changed the scene with a dexterity that was bewildering. A village was raised and its place taken by a forest. Photo shows huge gun camouflaged and filled with the aid of movie smoke
Date Taken: 1917 Photographer: International Film Service Camouflage - Wooden Guns
American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - Billeting and amusements quarters. American Red Cross, Cardiff, Upper Floors, offices, sleeping accommodations for 500 men, sick quarters, Library pool tables, baths. Lower Floor Movie Machine and Boxing Ring. In front of building is the entire Red Cross staff and some of the sailors who helped the Red Cross "Carry on."
Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings
D.C. Washington. World War I. View of central steps of Capitol, where movie stars are selling Liberty Bonds
Includes at center: Marie Dressler (hand up near hair), Charlie Chaplin, and actress Mary Pickford in large hat.
Congress gets huge petition for reduction of federal tax on earned incomes. Led by many of America's outstanding personages in professional life, a parade marched down Pennsylvania Avenue today with a truckload of petitions bearing the signatures of millions of tax payers who demand a substantial reduction in the Federal Tax on earned incomes. The petition was presented to the chairman of the House and Senate Finance Committees. In the center of the photograph can be seen, left to right: William Howard Black, justice of the Supreme Court of New York; Mae Murray, movie star; Isaac Gans, Washington business leader; Senator Reed Smoot, chairman of Senate Finance Committee; Rep. Willis C. Hawley, chairman of House Finance Committee; and Rep. Sol Bloom of New York
The Great Commandment public domain movie. Creative Commons license: Public Domain from www.archive.org. The Great Commandment - complete movie. An intelligent script, a solid cast and well-paced direction a... more
Zero for conduct is a french 1933 film by Jean Vigo (original title: Zéro de conduite). More on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero_for_Conduct Public domain archive: http://archive.org/details/ZeroFo... more