Document: dbr013 [view transcript]
Letter: Atlanta, Georgia to Douglass Theatre, Macon, Georgia, 1924 May 26
author: Kobee, M.
extent:  p.
date: May 26, 1924
summary: Letter from the manager of the Standard Film Company (M. Kobee?) to the gentlemen of the Douglass Theatre, dated May 26th, 1924, regarding a delivery of films. The letter describes the contents of a delivery of single-reel African American comedies for the month of June 1924, including Janitor, Black and Tan Mix Up, Bully, and Black Sherlock Holmes. All four films were produced by the white-owned, Chicago-based Ebony Film Company in 1918.
repository: Middle Georgia Archives
collection: Charles Henry Douglass business records
Page:  [view image]
[Note: This document contains handwritten, typewritten, and printed text.]
[typewritten text: May 26th 1924.
Herewith the titles of the one reel negro comedies for the month of June:
Yours very truly,
[Signed] STANDARD FILM CO. [COMPANY]]
[Signed] [written text: [illegible text] Kobee]
[typewritten text: [Signed] MANAGER