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EXHIBITORS HERALD AND MOVING PICTURE WORLD
Weekly Trade Journal from Chicago ,United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1928-1930
- Early American trade journal.
- First issue in January 7, 1928, after the merger of Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World .
- Title changed to Exhibitors Herald World January 5, 1929. Again title changed to "Motion Picture Herald" in January 1931.
- Stopped circulation in 1973 as "QP Herald."
- Second covers refer to a Section 2 of the magazine.
- Published by Martin J. Quigley

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29 May 2015

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CONTENTS: 1928 1929 1930 All GALLERIES: 1928 1929 1930
1928

7 January
1928

14 January
1928

21 January
1928

28 January
1928

4 February
1928

11 February
1928

18 February
1928

25 February
1928

3 March
1928

10 March
1928

17 March
1928

24 March
1928

31 March
1928

7 April
1928

14 April
1928

21 April
1928

28 April
1928

5 May
1928

12 May
1928

19 May
1928

26 May
1928

2 June
1928

9 June
1928

16 June
1928

23 June
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30 June
1928

7 July
1928

14 July
1928

21 July
1928

28 July
1928

4 August
1928

11 August
1928

18 August
1928

25 August
1928

1 September
1928

8 September
1928

15 September
1928

22 September
1928

29 September
1928

6 October
1928

13 October
1928

20 October
1928

27 October
1928

3 November
1928

10 November
1928

17 November
1928

24 November
1928

8 December
1928

15 December
1928

22 December
1928

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