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Subject File, 1886-1946 (continued)
All Star Feature Distributors, 1915-1920
Bonds for various suits, 1917
Damage suits, 1916, 1928, 1940
General Film Co., 1917
Imperial Film Exchange, 1916
Kleine v. Schiller (At Napoleon's Command), 1913
Miscellaneous
Mudd & Colley Amusement Co., 1918-1919
Payne v. Kleine, 1914
Pirated films, 1920-1921
Smallwood case
Sturdo Amusement Co., 1918-1919
Turner and Dahnken, 1918-1921
Wolf, Nathan, and Morris Choynski, 1917
The Little Chevalier, 1917
Little Picture House See Container 22, same heading
Lloyd (Harold) Corp., 1923
Louisiana, Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics See Container 41, same heading
Lubin, Sigmund, 1923-1924
BOX 34 Ludwig Film Exchange, 1920-1927
Luporini Brothers, 1921-1922
Lynch, S. A., 1915
Magner, Nat A. (Liberty Film Exchange), 1919-1922
Magnetism and Electro-Magnets, 1920-1923
Major Film Inc. (E. J. Farrell), 1919-1920
Mann, Paul See Container 34, McCormick, Muriel
Massachusetts, Department of Education See Container 41, same heading
Mastbaum, Jules E. (Stanley Co. of America), 1917-1918, 1926
The Master Passion, 1916
The Matinee Girl (James Montgomery Flagg), 1923
Matre & Co. (Victor G. Matre), 1919-1920
Matters, Thomas H., Jr. See Container 61, same heading
McChesney, L. W., 1940
McCormick, Muriel, and Paul Mann, 1922-1923
McQuade, James A. (Moving Picture World), 1920-1921
Meille, Arturo (Tecno-Commercio-Film), 1918-1929
Melies, Paul, 1919-1920
BOX 35 Melville, Henry, 1914-1927
A Message to Garcia (Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; Elbert Hubard II; Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp.), 1915-1925
Messing, A. H., and Alexander Yokel (Quo Vadis?), 1921-1922 See also Container 50, Messing & Yodel
Metric table
Metro-Goldwyn Pictures Corp. See same container, A Message to Garcia
Miami Studios, 1921
The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere,1923-1924
Miles, Herbert, 1921
Miner Lithograph Co., 1914-1922
Minneapolis Film Corp., 1919
Minnesota State Board of Health, 1910
The Mishaps of Musty Suffer, 1916-1929
BOX 36 Montagu, Mr. And Mrs. E. H.
Montagu, Howard H., 1929
Motion Picture Chamber of Commerce of America, 1923
Motion Picture Club of New York, 1927-1930
Motion Picture Exhibitors League, 1916
Motion picture industry, 1914-1926
Motion Picture News, 1918, 1926 See also Container 29, Johnson, William A.
Motion Picture Patents Co. litigation
Annual summary of litigation, 1918
Bradenburgh v. Lubin, 1913
Chicago Film Exchange, Chicago, Ill., 1908-1918
Choynski, Morris, 1917
Damage suits, 1914-1918
(2 folders)
Expenses, 1910-1921
Globe film Exchange, 1917
BOX 37 Greater New York Film Rental Co., 1913-1917
Imperial Film Exchange, 1910-1917
Infringements, 1909-1911
Irwin claim, 1918
Kay-Tee Exchange, 1911
Precedents, 1913
Preferred stockholders suit, 1913-1919
Roland, Richard A., 1913-1918
Sampliner case, 1916-1921
Scull, George F., 1916-1918
Smallwood case, 1917-1919
Swaab, Lewis M., 1916-1917
Texas suit, 1912-1914
Theatre Film Service Co., 1916
Travels, 1911-1913
United States Film Exchange, 1917
United States government, 1912-1919
United States Sherman law suit, 1916
United States suit appeal, 1916
Waters, Percival L., 1916-1919 See also Container 63, same heading
Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, 1930-1937 See also Container 25, Hays, Will H.
Moving Picture World, 1915-1917 See also Container 34, McQuade, James A.
Moyer, James A. (National University Extension Association), 1923
BOX 38 Mudd & Colley Amusement Co. See Container 33, same heading
Museum of Modern Art, New York, N.Y., 1935-1942
My Friend from India, 1920-1927
Myll, Louis, 1925
The Naked Truth, 1914-1927
National Academy of Visual Instruction See Container 41, same heading
National Association of the Motion Picture Industry, 1916-1918
National Association of Moving Picture Associations (William A. Brady), 1918
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, 1923-1929
National Exchanges See Container 51, Savini Film Corp.
National Exploitation Co., 1923
National Non-Theatrical Motion Pictures, 1922 See also Container 41, same heading
National Republican Club, 1928-1930
National Republican Publicity Fund, 1921
National University Extension Association See Container 37, Moyer, James A.
Neumade, catalog, no.4
New England Educational Film Association
New Era Exchange, 1920
New Era Films, 1919-1922
BOX 39 New York Central Railroad Co.
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 1929
New York Public Library, 1925-1936
New York Telephone Co., 1928-1930
Newgass, Nayfack & Waldheim, 1929
Non-theatrical films
General
1909-1924, undated
(3 folders)
Printed matter
BOX 40 Amateur 16 mm film, 1927
Carter (Katherine F.), Inc. (Educational and Motion Picture Entertainment Bureau), 1915
Crosby, W.C. (North Carolina State Department of Education and Carolina Film Corp.), 1921-1923
Distribution, 1922, 1925, 1928
Dudley, William H., and F. W. Reynolds, 1921-1923
Educational use of films, 1919-1922
Foreign, 1922
Industrial productions
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