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A flyer bearing the information below was sent to me. I thought its contents
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Andy @ rit
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            THE MOVIE MACHINE SOCIETY FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING
                     Rochester, NY, October 6-7, 1994
 
In conjunction with PhotoHistory IX, Triennial Symposium by the Photographic
Historical Society in cooperation with the George Eastman House, October 6 and
7, 1994. The Society is devoted to the exchange of information and fellowship
among those interested in moving image apparatus, from Arriflexes to
Zoopraxiscopes. PhotoHistory IX attendees are invited to come a day early and
join our program. Located in the Great Finger Lakes region, the area should be
rich in fall colors and photographic antiques.
 
Headquarters for the Movie Machine Society meeting is at Days Inn, 348 East
Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607 (716) 325-5010. Make your own reservations ($56
includes complimentary breakfast).  We are the only symposium group at this
hotel within walking distance to the GEH.
 
                                Schedule
 
Thursday evening October 6th Hospitality--Sibley Room. Meet and mix with folks
having similar interests.
 
Friday October 7th A full day of lectures and tours at the world famous George
Eastman House, 900 East Avenue (7 blocks away).
 
Preliminary Program (alphabetical order)(abstracts will still be considered)
 
* Raymond Gramiak, MD "Cine Radiology (X-ray movies) at UofR in the 1950's"
* George Helmke, Basking Ridge, NJ, "Early Hand Colored Motion Pictures"
* Peter Jones, Case Research Lab Museum, Auburn NY, "Inventions of EI Sponable"
* Jack Judson, San Antonio, TX, "The Daddy of 'em all, JP Dibble"
* Edward Kaprelian, Mendahm, NJ, "The Panacolor Project, 2 hours on 5" reel"
* Bruce Watkins, Eastman Kodak Co., "Perforations-Crucial Science"
* Carey Williams, Chicago, Progress Report on International Cinema Museum"
* George Woodrow, Nashua, NH, "Small Bolex 8mm movie cameras"
 
Tours behind the scenes at George Eastman House (select two) Equipment Archive,
Movie Archive, Photo Archive, Library, Eastman's redecorated mansion.
 
Dinner at the Day's Inn, by reservation, see below. (Note: Day's Inn is on
"restaurant row" should you wish to eat out on your own)
Evening program: lectures continue at the Inn.
 
Saturday October 8th, 1994. PhotoHistory IX, Dryden Theater GEH, the Symposium
tradition continues with a full-day general program of world-class
presentations on a wide range of topics. Nothing similar anywhere!!!
 
Register separately: $65 (+ buffet dinner $25). The $65 includes admission to
the Trade Show. You can receive further details about this Symposium by
contacting Sharon Bloemendaal at (716) 288-6359. Program information from N.M.
Graver (716)244-4818 (eves), General information from BM Brock (716)458-6113.
 
Sunday, Oct 9th - Photo Trade Show, Holiday Inn South, 1111 Jefferson Road,
Rochester, NY 14623. Featuring antique cameras, images, books and much more.
Dealers from all over the US offering a wide range of material. Collectors may
also display exhibits and/or materials for sale.
 
To register for PhotoHistory IX make checks (US funds) payable to The
Photographic Historical Society. Mail to PhotoHistory IX, PO Box 103, Honeoye
Falls, NY, 14472. Registration accepted at the door but prepaid registration is
requested.
 
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To register for the Movie Machine Society send registration form with check to:
The Movie Machine Society, c/o George V. Woodrow Jr., 95 Hills Ferry Road,
Nashua, NH 03060-1638  phone (603) 889-1539.
 
____ Registration(s) for Thurs. and Fri. program (box lunch Fri.) @ $40: $_____
 
____ Chicken Dinner(s) (advise special needs) @$17                       $_____
 
Dues (should you wish to join the Society) $17 US & Canada $20 other     $_____
 
                                                  Total Enclosed ........$_____
 
Tours of Archives:   ____ Equipment   ____ Motion Pictures  ____ Photographs
(select two)
                     ____ Library     ____ Eastman Mansion
 
(be sure to include name(s) and address so we can prepare name tags for
 registrant(s)