Document: dbr016 [view transcript]
Letter: Washington, D.C. to Charles Henry Douglass, Macon, Georgia, 1925 Sept. 14
author: Jackson, Andrew F.
extent:  p.
date: September 14, 1925
summary: Letter from Andrew F. Jackson, manager of Cinema News Service, to Charles Henry Douglass, owner of the Douglass Theatre, dated September 14, 1925, advertising newsreels. Jackson, whose company produces Negro News Reels, asserts that patrons of the Douglass Theatre would be interested in his films. He offers recent newsreels for twenty dollars per day.
repository: Middle Georgia Archives
collection: Charles Henry Douglass business records
box 19: 19
Douglass, Charles Henry, 1870-1940
Page:  [view image]
[Note: This document contains typewritten, handwritten, and printed text.]
Mr. C. H. Douglas, Manager
A word of introduction, we are producers of Negro News Reels, specializing in their current achievements.
I believe that the patrons of your theatre would appreciate the showing of films relative to Race life. It is instructive as well as, entertaining.
We have a few late reels on hand, and should you care to take them, at twenty dollars ($20.) per day we will be proud to serve you.
Very truly y ours [yours],]
[Signed] [written text: Andrew F. Jackson]
[typewritten text: Manager Cinema News Service.