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Birth of An Industry: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Rise of American Animation

Nicholas Sammond, Author

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Labor, Page 97

Before founding his own animation studio with his brothers, Max Fleischer worked for John Randolph Bray, producing military training films during World War I, and was also an art editor for Popular Science Monthly

In this article from 1917, titled "Home-Made Paper Motion Pictures," Max gives a detailed account of how to produce moving images and exhibit them to friends at home. Introducing inventor Hartwell W. Webb's home projector and camera, he describes the nascent technologies of the moment—such a camera that weighs only fifteen pounds!
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