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CLASSIFIED INDEX

Aberration

A Method of Measuring Axial Chromatic Aberration in an Objective Lens, W.
Herriott, XX (April, 1933), No. 4, p. 323.

"3 Acoustics

Acoustic Control of Recording for Talking Motion Pictures, J. P. Maxfield,

XIV (Jan., 1930) No. 1, p. 85.
Some New Aspects of Reverberation, E. W. Kellogg, XIV (Jan., 1930), No. 1,

p. 96.
Theater Acoustics for Sound Reproduction, S. K. Wolf, XIV (Feb., 1930), No.

2, p. 151.
Sound-Proofing and Acoustic Treatment of RKO Stages, A. S. Ringel, XV

(Sept., 1930), No. 3, p. 352.
One Type of Acoustic Distortion in Sound Picture Sets, R. L. Hanson, XV

(Oct., 1930), No. 4, p. 460.
Conditions under which Residual Sound in Reverberant Rooms May Have

More Than One Rate of Decay, C. F. Eyring, XV (Oct., 1930), No. 4, p. 528.
Aiding the Theater Patron Who Is Hard of Hearing, F. H. Graham, XVI

(March, 1931), No. 3, p. 341.
A Truck-Mounted Laboratory for the Diagnosis of Theater Acoustic Defects,

V. A. Schlenker, XVI (March, 1931), No. 3, p. 302.
Noise Measurement, S. K. Wolf and G. T. Stanton, XVII (Dec., 1931), No. 6,

p. 966.
Measurements with a Reverberation Meter, V. L. Chrisler and W. F. Snyder,

XVIII (April, 1932), No. 4, p. 479.
The Acoustics of Large Auditoriums, S. K. Wolf, XVIII (April, 1932), No. 4, p.

517.

Report of the Sound Committee, XIX (Aug., 1932), No. 2, p. 160.
Theater Noise Problems, S. K. Wolf and J. E. Tweeddale, XIX (Dec., 1932),

No. 6, p. 499.

Musical Acoustics of Auditoriums, P. Caporale, XX (Feb. 1933), No. 2, p. 119.
Report of the Sound Committee, XX (June, 1933), No. 6, p. 500.
Some Practical Applications of Acoustics in Theaters, G. W. Baker and M. A.

Smith, XXII (Feb., 1934), No. 2, p. 148.
Acoustical Requirements for Wide-Range Reproduction of Sound, S. K. Wolf,

XXII (April, 1934), No. 4, p. 242.
Recent Developments in the Acoustics of Motion Picture Sound Stages, M.

Rettinger, XXIV (May, 1935), No. 5, p. 395.
Studio Acoustics, M. Rettinger, XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 331.
Modern Instruments for Acoustical Studies, E. C. Wen'e, XXV (Nov., 1935),

No. 5, p. 389.

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3 Acting

Voice and Personality in the Motion Pictures, I. L. Bradley, XXI (Sept., 1933),
No. 3, p. 209.

4- Addresses

Presidential Address, XV (Aug., 1930), No. 2, p. 246.

Presidential Address, XV (Dec., 1930), No. 6, p. 840.

Banquet Addresses, XV (Aug., 1930), No. 2, p. 250.

Scientific Progress and the New Era in Motion Pictures, W. H. Hays, XV (Aug.,

1930), p. 263.

The Engineer and His Tools, C. F. Jenkins, XV (Aug., 1930), No 2, p. 260.
Banquet Speeches (Fall, 1930, Meeting), XVI (Feb., 1931), No. 2, p. 223.
Presidential Address (Spring, 1931, Meeting), XVII (Aug., 1931), No. 2, p. 241.
Banquet Speeches (Spring, 1931, Meeting), XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p. 417.
Banquet Speeches (Fall, 1931, Meeting), XVII (Nov., 1931), No. 5, p. 839.
Address of Welcome (Fall, 1931, Meeting), XVII (Dec , 1931), No. 6, p. 895.
Presidential Address (Fall, 1931, Meeting), XVII (Dec., 1931), No. 6, p. 898.
Proceedings of the Semi-Annual Banquet at Washington, D. C. Oct., 1935,
XXV (Dec., 1935), No. 6, p. 467.

i. Advertising Equipment

The Economics of Projector Lamps for Advertising Purposes, E. W. Beggs,

XXII (Feb., 1934), No. 2, p. 127.

The Control-Frequency Principle, J. E. Jenkins and S. E. Adair, XXII (March,
1934), No. 3, p. 193.

v . Aerial Photography

Photographic Effects Obtained with Infra D Negative, D. R. White, XX (Jan.,
1933), No. 1, p. 54.

Air-Conditioning

Air-Conditioning in Film Laboratories, A. H. Simonds and L. H. Polderman,

XVII (Oct., 1931), No. 4, p. 604.

Silica Gel Air-Conditioning for Film Processing, E. C. Holden, XVII (April,
1932), No. 4, p. 471.

Aluminum

Reflecting Surfaces of Aluminum, J. D. Edwards, XXTV (Feb., 1935), No. 2, p.
126.

American Standards Association

(See also Standards and Nomenclature; and Committee Reports, Standards and

Nomenclature.}
S.M.P.E. Requests National Standards for Motion Picture Industry, XIX (Oct.,

1932), No. 4, p. 393.
Sectional Committee on Motion Pictures (ASA),

XXIII (July, 1934), No. 1, p. 59.
XXIII (Sept., 1934), No. 3, p. 182.

XXIII (Oct., 1934), No. 4, p. 243.

XXIV (Feb., 1935), No. 2, p. 185.



CLASSIFIED INDEX 7

XXIV (April, 1935), No. 4, p. 377.

XXIV (May, 1935), No. 5, p. 464.

XXV (July, 1935), No. 1, p. 97.
XXV (Aug., 1935), No. 2, p. 198.
XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 370.

Sixteen-Mm. Sound-Film Standardization, XXV (July, 1935), No. 1, p. 97.
National Standardization in America, P. G. Agnew, XXI (Oct., 1933), No. 4,
p. 261.

Amplifiers

A New Power Amplifier System, L. Thompson, XV (Nov., 1930), No. 5, p. 602.

A Method of Measuring Directly the Distortion in Audio-Frequency Amplifier
Systems, W. N. Tuttle, XVIII (Feb., 1932), No. 2, p. 199.

Vacuum Tube and Photoelectric Tube Developments for Sound Picture Sys-
tems, M. J. Kelly, XVIII (June, 1932), No. 6, p. 761.

// Animation

The Production of Animated Cartoons, W. Garity, XX (April, 1933), No. 4, p.

309.
The History of the Animated Cartoon, E. Theisen, XXI (Sept., 1933), No. 3,

p. 239.

: p Apertures

Camera and Projector Apertures in Relation to Sound-on-Film Pictures, L.

Cowan, XIV (Jan., 1930), No. 1, p. 108.

The Aperture Effect, E. D. Cook, XIV (June, 1930), No. 6, p. 650.
Scanning Losses in Reproduction, N. R. Stryker, XV (Nov., 1930), No. 5, p.

610.
Standardization of the Picture Aperture and the Camera Motor A Needed

Development, Fred Westerberg, XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p. 395.
New Dimensional Standards, XIX (July, 1932), No. 1, p. 924.
Report of the Standards and Nomenclature Committee, XIX (Nov., 1932),

No. 5, p. 477.
The Aperture Alignment Effect, E. D. Cook, XXI (Nov., 1933), No. 5, p. 390.

, Apparatus

Symposium of New Motion Picture Apparatus, XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p.

363.
A Sound-Film Re-Recording Machine, J. J. Kuhn, XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3,

p. 326.
Thermionic Tube Control of Theater Lighting, B. S. Burke, XVIII (Jan., 1932),

No. 1, p. 90.
A Method of Measuring Directly the Distortion in Audio-Frequency Amplifier

Systems, W. N. Tuttle, XVIII (Feb., 1932), No. 2, p. 199.
Two Special Sensitometers, D. R. White, XVIII (March, 1932), No. 3, p. 279.
Optical Instruments and Their Application in the Motion Picture Industry,

I. L. Nixon, XVIII (March, 1932), No. 3, p. 304.
Western Electric Noiseless Recording, H. C. Silent and J. G. Frayne. XVIII

(May, 1932), No. 5, p. 551.



8 CLASSIFIED INDEX

The Lapel Microphone and Its Application to Public Address and Announcing

Systems, W. C. Jones and D. T. Bell, XIX (Sept., 1932), No. 3, p. 219.
Modern Tools and Methods Used in Servicing Sound Equipment, J. Mauran,

XIX (Sept., 1932), No. 3, p. 260.
New Apparatus, XX (Jan., 1933), No. 1, p. 84.
New Motion Picture Apparatus, XXI (Dec., 1933), No. 6, p. 510.
A New Development in Carbon Arc Lighting, P. Mole, XXII (Jan., 1934), No.

1, p. 51.
A New 35-Mm. Portable Sound Projector, H. Griffin, XXII (Jan., 1934), No.

1, p. 70.
Recent Improvements in the Bell & Howell Fully Automatic Printer, A. S.

Howell and R. F. Mitchell, XXII (Feb., 1934), No. 2, p. 115.
Standard S.M.P.E. Visual and Sound Test-Reels, XXII (March, 1934), No. 3,

p. 173.
An Automatic Change-Over Device, A. Pritchard, XXII (March, 1934), No. 3,

p. 186.

The Rotambulator A New Motion Picture Camera Stand, J. A. Dubray,
. XXII (March, 1934), No. 3, p. 200.
Two New Photographic Recording Instruments, the Sensitograph and the

Gammagraph, H. Brandes and R. Schmidt, XXII (May, 1934), No. 5, p. 279.
Recent Improvements in Equipment and Technic in the Production of Motion

Pictures, E. A. Wolcott, XXIII (Oct., 1934), No. 4, p. 210.
A Sweep Oscillator Method of Recording Wide Frequency-Band Response

Spectra on Short Lengths of Motion Picture Film, J. Crabtree, XXIII (Nov.,

1934), No. 5, p. 299.
The Microdensitometer as a Laboratory Measuring Tool, W. R. Goehner,

XXIII (Dec., 1934), No. 6, p. 318.
A Rotating Mirror Oscilloscope, R. F. Mallina, XXIII (Dec., 1934), No. 6, p.

328.
A Small Developing Machine, H. R. Kossman, XXIII (Dec., 1934), No. 6, p.

356.

The New Klieglight, H. Kliegl, XXIII (Dec., 1934), No. 6, p. 359.
A Physical Densitometer for Sound Processing Laboratories, F. L. Eich, XXIV

(Feb., 1935), No. 2, p. 180.

A Roller Developing Rack for Continuously Moving the Film during Process-
ing by the Rack-and-Tank System, C. E. Ives, XXIV (March, 1935), No.

3, p. 261.

New Motion Picture Apparatus, XXTV (May, 1935), No. 5, p. 450.
Introduction to the Photographic Possibilities of Polarized Light, F. Tuttle

and J. W. McFarlane, XXV (July, 1935), No. 1, p. 69.
Three New Kodascopes, N. B. Green, XXV (Sept., 1935), No. 3, p. 271.
A New Sound Reader and Frame Viewer, I. Serrurier, XXV (Sept., 1935), No.

3, p. 275.
Arc Supply Generator for Use with Suprex Carbons, W. K. Hartman, XXV

(Sept., 1935), No. 3, p. 278.
A Professional 16-Mm. Projector with Intermittent Sprocket, H. A. DeVry,

XXV (Sept., 1935), No. 3, p. 279.



CLASSIFIED INDEX 9

The Argentometer An Apparatus for Testing for Silver in a Fixing Bath, W. J.

Weyerts and K. C. D. Hickman, XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 335.
Ozaphane Film and the Cinelux Projector, A. M. Cheftel, XXV (Oct., 1935),

No. 4, p. 358.

A High-Speed Camera, C. T. Burke, XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 360.
The Wall Motion Picture Camera, H. Griffin, XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 363.
Lighting for Technicolor Motion Pictures, C. W. Handley, XXV (Nov., 1935),

No. 5, p. 423.
A New High-Fidelity Sound Head, F. J. Loomis and E. W. Reynolds, XXV

(Nov., 1935), No. 5, p. 449.

1 ^ Applied Motion Picture Photography

(See also Industrial Cinematography; Medical Photography; and Technical Cine-
matography.}
Some Applications of the Comparison Microscope in the Film Industry, O. E.

Conklin, XVI (Feb., 1931), No. 2, p. 159.
The Call Announcer: A Telephone Application of Sound Picture Ideas, O. M.

Glunt, XVI (March, 1931), No. 3, p. 362.
The World's Most Powerful Microscope, F. F. Lucas, XVI (April, 1931), No. 4,

p. 445.
Time-Lapse Cinematography in Research, R. Evans, XVI (May, 1931), No. 5,

p. 547.
Industry Adopts the Motion Picture Camera, A. H. Mogensen, XVI (May,

1931), No. 5, p. 563.
Cinematographic Analysis of Mechanical Energy Expenditure in the Sprinter,

C. A. Morrison and W. O. Fenn, XVI (May, 1931), No. 5, p. 603.
Sound Pictures in the Solution of Solar Eclipse Problems, F. P. Brackett, XVII

(Aug., 1931), No. 2, p. 235.
A New Way of Splitting Seconds, C. H. Fetter, XX (April, 1933), No. 4, p.

332.
A High-Speed Camera, C. T. Burke, XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 360.

Architecture

(See Theater Design.}



Arcs



Characteristics of High-Intensity Arcs, D. B. Joy and A. C. Downes, XIV
(March, 1930), No. 3, p. 291.

Elimination of Commutator Ripple from Direct-Current Generators, O. K.
Buck and J. C. Albert, XIV (April, 1930), No. 4, p. 399.

Radiation Characteristics of Two Mercury Arcs, F. Benford, XIV (April, 1930),
No. 4, p. 404.

Operation of Projection Arcs from Motor-Generator Sets, C. C. Dash, XV
(Nov., 1930), No. 5, p. 702.

Some Causes for Variations in the Light and Steadiness of High-Intensity Car-
bons, D. B. Joy and A. C. Downes, XVI (Jan., 1931), No. 1, p. 61.

Properties of Low-Intensity Reflecting Arc Projector Carbons, D. B. Joy and
A. C. Downes, XVI (June, 1931), No. 6, p. 684.



10 CLASSIFIED INDEX

The Mercury Arc as a Source of Intermittent Light, H. E. Edgerton, XVI

(June, 1931), No. 6, p. 735.
A Reflector Arc Lamp for Portable Projectors, H. H. Strong, XVIII (June,

1932), No. 6, p. 752.
A New Alternating- Current Projection Arc, D. B. Joy and A. C. Downes,

XXI (Aug., 1933), No, 2, p. 116.
Direct-Current High-Intensity Arcs with Non-Rotating Positive Carbons,

D. B. Joy and A. C. Downes, XXII (Jan., 1934), No. 1, p. 42.
A New Development in Carbon Arc Lighting, P. Mole, XXII (Jan., 1934), No.

1, p. 51.
A New White-Flame Carbon for Photographic Light, D. B. Joy, F. T. Bowditch,

and A. C. Downes, XXII (Jan., 1934), No. 1, p. 58.
Operating Characteristics of the High-Intensity A-c. Arc for Motion Picture

Projection, D. B. Joy and E. R. Geib, XXIII (July, 1934), No. 1, p. 27.
The Relation of the High-Intensity A-c. Arc to the Light on the Projection

Screen, D. B. Joy and E. R. Geib, XXIII (July, 1934), No. 1, p. 35.
Report of the Projection Practice Committee, XXIV (Jan., 1935), No. 1, p. 35.
The Non-Rotating High-Intensity D-c. Arc for Projection, D. B. Joy and E. R.

Geib, XXIV (Jan., 1935), No. 1, p. 47.
High-Intensity Mercury and Sodium Arc Lamps, L. J. Buttolph, XXIV (Feb.,

1935), No. 2, p. 110.
A Motor-Generator for the Non-Rotating High-Intensity Arc, XXTV (May,

1935), No. 5, p. 450.
Arc Supply Generator for Use with Suprex Carbons, W. K. Hartman, XXV

(Sept., 1935), No. 3, p. 278.
The Photographic Effectiveness of Carbon Arc Studio Light-Sources, F. T.

Bowditch and A. C. Downes, XXV (Nov., 1935), No. 5, p. 375.
The Radiant Energy Delivered on Motion Picture Sets from Carbon Arc

Studio Light-Sources, F. T. Bowditch and A. C. Downes, XXV (Nov., 1935),

No. 5, p. 383.

Artistic Considerations

Rectangle Proportions in Pictorial Composition, L. A. Jones, XIV (Jan., 1930),

No. 1, p. 32.
Art and Science in Sound-Film Production, J. W. Coffman, XTV (Feb., 1930),

No. 2, p. 172.
Voice and Personality in the Motion Pictures, I. L. Bradley, XXI (Sept., 1933),

No. 3, p. 209.

Auditory Perspective

Transmission and Reproduction of Speech and Music in Auditory Perspective,
H. Fletcher, XXH (May, 1934), No. 5, p. 314.

Awards

(See Journal Award and Progress Medal Award.)

> Background Projection

Background Projection for Process Cinematography, G. G. Popovici, XXIV
(Feb., 1935), No. 2, p. 102.



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; Bakelite

Laminated Bakelite in the Motion Picture Industry, R. L. Foote, XXIV (April,
1935), No. 4, p. 354.

, Brightness

(See Committee Reports, Screen Brightness.)

Cameras

Camera and Projector Apertures in Relation to Sound-on-Film Pictures,

L. Cowan, XIV (Jan., 1930), No. 1, p. 108.
Film-Numbering Device for Cameras and Recorders, M. W. Palmer, XIV

(March, 1930), No. 3, p. 327.
Camera Mechanism, Ancient and Modern, A. S. Newman, XIV (May, 1930),

No. 5, p. 534.
Some Considerations in the Design of Sound-Proof Camera Housings, L. E.

Clark, XV (Aug., 1930), No. 2, p. 165.
A Note on the Need for Re-Designing the Auxiliary Camera View-Finder, F. F.

Baker, XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p. 398.
Standardization of the Picture Aperture and the Camera Motor -A Needed

Development, F. Westerberg, XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p. 395.
The Camera of Tomorrow, I. B. Hoke, XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p. 401.
Problems of the Cameraman, L. W. Physioc, XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p. 406.
New Apparatus, XX (Jan., 1933), No. 1, p. 84.
The Photronic Photographic Exposure Meter, W. N. Goodwin, Jr., XX (Feb.,

1933), No. 2, p. 95.

A Silent Camera, H. R. Kossman, XXI (Nov., 1933), No. 5, p. 420.
The Cine-Kodak Special, O. Wittel, J. Stoiber, and F. E. Tuttle, XXI (Dec.,

1933), No. 6, p. 478.
A Non-Intermittent High-Speed 16-Mm. Camera, F. E. Tuttle, XXI (Dec.,

1933), No. 6, p. 474.

New Motion Picture Apparatus, XXI (Dec., 1933), No. 6, p. 510.
A Brief History of the Kinetograph, the Kinetoscope, and the Kineto-Phono-

graph, W. K. L. Dickson, XXI (Dec., 1933), No. 6, p. 435.
A 16-Mm. Sound Recording Camera, C. N. Batsel, L. T. Sachtleben, and G. L.

Dimmick, XXIII (Aug., 1934), No. 2, p. 87.

A High-Speed Camera, C. T. Burke.. XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 360.
The Wall Motion Picture Camera, H. Griffin, XXV (Oct., 1935), No. 4, p. 363.

^j, Cartoons

The Production of Animated Cartoons, W. Garity, XX (April, 1933), No. 4,

p. 309.
The History of the Animated Cartoon, W. E. Theisen, XXI (Sept., 1933), No.

3, p. 239.

^.s'Change-Overs

New Motion Picture Apparatus, XXI (Dec., 1933), No. 6, p. 510.
An Automatic Change-Over Device, A. Pritchard, XXII (March, 1934), No.
3, p. 186.



12 CLASSIFIED INDEX

Cinematography

(See also Medical Cinematography; High-Speed Cinematography; and Technical

Cinematography . )
The Depicting of Motion Prior to the Advent of the Screen, E. Theisen, XX

(March, 1933), No. 3, p. 249.
Early Stages of Kinematography, C. H. Bothamley, XX (March, 1933), No. 3,

p. 263.
Background Projection for Process Cinematography, G. G. Popovici, XXIV

(Feb., 1935), No. 2, p. 102.

Roentgen Cinematography, R. F. James, XXIV (March, 1935), No. 3, p. 233.
Historical Notes on X-Ray Cinematography, R. F. Mitchell and L. G. Cole,

XXIV (April, 1935), No. 4, p. 333.
On the Relation between the Shape of the Projected Picture, the Areas of Vision,

and Cinematographic Technic, B. Schlanger, XXIV (May, 1935), No. 5, p.

402.

Cmephotomicrography

(See also Micro Cinematography.)

The World's Most Powerful Microscope, F. F. Lucas, XVI (April, 1931), No.

4, p. 445.
A Simple Cinephotomicrographic Apparatus, A. C. Hardy and O. W. Pineo,

XVII (Aug., 1931), No. 2, p. 216.

Cleaning Motion Picture Film
A New Buffing Machine, A. S. Dworsky, XV (Nov., 1930), No. 5, p. 676.

Color Cinematography

(See also Committee Reports, Color.)

Some Experiments in Medical Motion Pictures in Color, H. B. Tuttle, XV (Aug.,

1930), No. 2, p. 193.
A Motion Picture Made in 1916 by a Two-Color Subtractive Process, G. E.

Matthews, XV (Nov., 1930), No. 5, p. 624.
Three-Color Subtractive Cinematography, P. D. Brewster and P. Miller,

XVI (Jan., 1931), No. 1, p. 49.
Processes of Photography in Natural Colors, G. E. Matthews, XVI (Feb., 1931),

No. 2, p. 188.

Color, H. B. Franklin, XVII (July, 1931), No. 1, p. 3.
The Multicolor Process, R. M. Otis, XVII (July, 1931), No. 1, p. 5.
The Multicolor Laboratory, B. Burns, XVII (July, 1931), No. 1, p. 11.
The Handschiegl and Pathechrome Color Processes, W. V. D. Kelley, XVII

(Aug., 1931), No. 2, p. 230.

Some Color Problems, G. Geoghegan, XVIII (May, 1932), No. 5, p. 619.
Remarks on the Making of Sound Records on Lenticular Color Films, A. P.

Richard, XX (Jan., 1933), No. 1, p. 60.
The Optical-Photographic Principles of the Agfacolor Process, F. Weil, XX

(April, 1933), No. 4, p. 301.
The Use of Mazda Lamps for Color Photography, R. E. Farnham, XXI (Aug.,

1933), No. 2, p. 166.
The Morgana Color Process, J. A. Dubray, XXI (Nov., 1933), No. 5, p. 403.



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Color for Industrial and Business Films, R. H. Ray and H. W. Cress, XXII

(Feb., 1934), No. 2, p. 144.
The English Dufaycolor Film Process, W. H. Carson, XXIII (July, 1934), No.

1, p. 14.
Sixteen-Mm. Sound Pictures in Color, C. N. Batsel and L. T. Sachtleben,

XXIII (Aug., 1934), No. 2, p. 82.
The Kodachrome Process for Amateur Cinematography in Natural Colors,

L. D. Mannes and L. Godowsky, Jr., XXV (July, 1935), No. 1, p. 65.
The Technicolor Process of Three-Color Cinematography, J. A. Ball, XXV

(Aug., 1935), No. 2, p. 127.

Color Consciousness, N. M. Kalmus, XXV (Aug., 1935), No. 2, p. 139.
Some Problems in Directing Color Pictures, R. Mamoulian, XXV (Aug., 1935),

No. 2, p. 148.
Lighting for Technicolor Motion Pictures, C. W. Handley, XXV (Nov., 1935),

No. 5, p. 423.



Coloring

Hand-Coloring of Motion Picture Film,
p. 751.



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Committee Reports

Color

XV (Nov., 1930), No. 5, p. 721.

XVI (Jan., 1931), No. 1, p. 97.

XVII (July, 1931), No. 1, p. 116.



XVIII (June, 1932), No. 6, p. 792.
XXIV (Jan., 1935), No. 1, p. 29.

XXIV (May, 1935), No. 5, p. 432.

Exchange Practice

XIX (July, 1932), No. 1, p. 925.
XDC (Sept., 1932), No. 3, p. 298.

XIX (Oct., 1932), No. 4, p. 395.

XX (March, 1933), No. 3, p. 199.

XX (March, 1933), No. 3, p. 277.
XXII (May, 1934), No. 5, p. 332.

XXII (June, 1934), No. 6, p. 386.

XXV (Nov., 1935), No. 5, p. 462.

Historical and Museum

XVI (Jan., 1931), No. 1, p. 102.



G. F. O. Brock, XVI (June, 1931), No. 6,



Commercial color systems.

Commercial color systems.

Commercial color systems, Inter-
Society color council, 1930 color
patents, Classification of color
patents.

Present status of color, Commercial
color systems.

Nomenclature and standardization
of color.

Glossary of color photography.



Scope of work.

Report on current practices in han-
dling release prints in exchanges.

1700-ft. vs. 2000-ft. release print

reels.

Release print reel length.
2000-ft. reel.



Plans for motion picture museum,
Eugene A. Lauste, Jean A. LeRoy.



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XVII (July, 1931), No. 1, p. 46.
XVII (Sept., 1931), No. 3, p. 448.

XVII (Oct., 1931), No. 4, p. 632.
XVII (Oct., 1931), No. 4, p. 655.



XVII (Dec., 1931), No. 6, p. 1060.

XIX (Aug., 1932), No. 2, p. 203.
XIX (Oct., 1932), No. 4, p. 396.

XIX (Nov., 1932), No. 5, p. 493.

XX (March, 1933), No. 3, p. 276.

XX (June, 1933), No. 6, p. 531.

XXII (Jan., 1934), No. 1, p. 13.

XXIV (Jan., 1935), No. 1, p. 31.

Journal

XVI (Jan., 1931), No. 1, p. 90.

Journal Award

XVIII (March, 1932), No. 3, p. 410.

XVIII (May, 1932), No. 5, p. 690.

XXIII (Oct., 1934), No. 4, p. 243.
XXIII (Dec., 1934), No. 6, p. 367.

XXV (Dec., 1935), No. 6, p. 467.

Laboratory Practice

XIX (Sept., 1932), No. 3, p. 299.

XIX (Oct., 1932), No. 4, p. 395.

XX (March, 1933), No. 3, p. 183.

XXII (Jan., 1934), No. 1, p. 3.

Membership and Subscription

XVI (Feb., 1931), No. 2, p. 242.
XVI (May, 1931), No. 5, p. 632.



L. A. A. LePrince.

Progress report, Historical bibli-


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