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In Years Past

January 25, 2014
The Post-Journal

In 1914, once more Lyman H. Howe and his travel pictures had come to Jamestown and once more a large and enthusiastic audience had seen these splendid "movies." The state armory where the first performance was given Friday evening under the auspices of Company E. 65th regiment, N.G.N.Y., was filled with the representative people of the city. The opinion was unanimous that the pictures were right up to the Howe standard in every way. As usual, the pictures showed many parts of the world beginning with a ride on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad through some beautiful mountain sections of the west, showing canyons, gorges, towering peaks and mountain streams.

 
 

 

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