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South Central Business... (6)
Cinerama (3)
Marsh, Betty (2)
Marsh, John (2)
Isaac, Lester B (2)
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Type
Photograph, B/w (6)

Creator
Paton Associates (3)

Date
September 251956 (3)
1957 (1)
Ca1955 (1)
March 121957 (1)

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Betty and John Marsh Betty and John Marsh ca1955 Seated, frontal portrait of Betty and John Marsh; photo autographed by both individuals: "Thanks for your hospitality on the day of our 'big opening' - Mr. Patton - Betty Marsh, John A. Marsh". Couple...

2. Lester B. Isaac Lester B. Isaac 1957 Autographed portrait of Lester B. Isaac, New York City, National Director of Exhibition for Cinerama. He spoke at the March 12, 1957 noon luncheon. Autographed: "To Mr. N. Emerson Paton, Lester Isaac,...

3. Lester B. Isaac Speaking at Podium Lester B. Isaac Speaking at Podium March 12, 1957 Lester B. Isaac, national director of exhibition for Cinerama theaters, speaking to a luncheon gathering of the South Central Business Association. Seated to his left are John and Betty Marsh, stars of...

4. SCBA Luncheon SCBA Luncheon September 25, 1956 SCBA luncheon honoring This is Cinerama, ''the multi-dimensional revolutionary form of entertainment, now in its 16th week at the Missouri Theatre.'' Guest speaker was Wm. J. Murphy, public relations director...

5. SCBA Luncheon SCBA Luncheon September 25, 1956 SCBA luncheon honoring This is Cinerama, ''the multi-dimensional revolutionary form of entertainment, now in its 16th week at the Missouri Theatre.'' Guest speaker was Wm. J. Murphy, public relations director...

6. Speaker at SCBA Luncheon Speaker at SCBA Luncheon September 25, 1956 Unidentified man speaking at SCBA luncheon honoring This is Cinerama, ''the multi-dimensional revolutionary form of entertainment, now in its 16th week at the Missouri Theatre.'' Guest speaker was Wm....