Document: dbr089 [view transcript]
Letter: Dublin, Georgia to Ben Stein, Macon, Georgia, 1927 Oct. 21
author: Yeomans, A. H.
extent:  p.
date: October 21, 1927
summary: Letter from A. H. Yeomans, manager of the Rose Theatre in Dublin, Georgia, to Ben Stein, owner and manager of the Douglass Theatre, dated October 21, 1927, requesting advice on film procurement. Yeomans asks Stein how to obtain a "good colored picture," what it would cost, and for any other helpful information. He mentions that he missed the boxing match because he had to go to Atlanta, but that he expects to attend a match some other time.
repository: Middle Georgia Archives
collection: Charles Henry Douglass business records
Page:  [view image]
[Note: This document contains typewritten, handwritten, and printed text.]
[typewritten text: Oct [October], 21, 1927.
Macon, Ga. [Georgia]
Dear Mr. Stein:
Would you be good enough to give me a little advice as to where I can get a good colored picture, just about what it will cost me, and any thing [anything] more you think would be of help to me.
Had to go to Atlanta this week so did not get over for the fight, but I sure will come over for one sometime.
Yours very truly,]
[Signed] [written text: A. H. Yeomans.]
[typewritten text: ROSE THEATRE.]
[printed text: The House of Quality]