African Americans were largely ignored by major motion picture studios in the first two decades of the 20th Century. Here, we see the staff of what is considered the first all-black movie production unit in the U.S. -- the Lincoln Motion Picture Company (founded by brothers Noble and George Johnson in 1916 in Omaha, NE). http://www.blackpast.org/?q=aah/lincoln-motion-picture-company
Poster: The Realization of a Negro's Ambition (1916) The Lincoln Motion Picture Company was an American film production company founded by the Johnson brothers in 1915 in Omaha, Nebraska; it was incorporated in 1916 in Los Angeles, California. Among the first organized black filmmakers, it became the first producer of so-called race movies.The company stated its purpose was to "encourage black pride" while upholding the social order of the period. It wanted to correct the distortions... .
This delightful quilt was inspired by our Wallflower quilting tutorial, and we think it's beautiful! #msqcshowandtell #Repost @snowydaysquilting ・・・ This Crazy Daisy quilt was inspired by the Wallflower tutorial by Missouri Star Quilt Company. All of the quilting is freehand. More pictures are on the blog today. Link in profile.
Suncoast Motion Picture Company | 13 Stores You Will Never Shop At Again Suncoast Motion Picture Company was founded in 1986, and it reached a peak of about 170 stores in 2006. Due to poor sales, its parent company, Trans World Entertainment Corp., decided to close around 150 stores nationwide