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A Kansas City Novelty Figures Importantly in History of Movies
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TitleA Kansas City Novelty Figures Importantly in History of Movies
AbstractPhoto and article about Oscar Weisner, the last surviving member in 1939 of the former Hale's Tours movie shows produced by former Kansas City fire chief George Hale. Description of the shows, debuting in 1905 at Electric Park as "Tours and Scenes of the World" with mechanically simulated movements in theater seats, partially designed by Weisner, a "retired mechanical engineer now living at 209 East 74th Street."
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofilm: Native Sons Scrapbooks, Roll 67
Local SubjectHale, George C.
Motion Pictures
Weisner, Oscar C.
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID102363
CONTENTdm number22074
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