I am researching the emergence of moving pictures and have come across a
1904 article ("Your Moving Picture in your Parlor - Latest development in
Photography") claiming that the Biograph studios had perfected the art of
lighting and that it was now possible for portraits to be taken in the
Biograph studios and exhibited in your home. Has anyone heard of such a
product being marketed at this time?
Does anyone know where the Biograph Archive for this period can be found?
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