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EXHIBITORS HERALD
The independent film trade paper
Weekly Magazine from Chicago ,United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1914-1927
- Early American trade journal.
- Absorbed Motography in 1918 (The magazine went by the name "Exhibitors Herald and Motography" from 20 July 1918 to 6 September 1919).
- Merged with Moving Picture World to form Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World, in January 7, 1928.
- Published by Martin J. Quigley

Last updated:
18 October 2015

Recent updates27 September 2015

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Scott Matheson
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COVERS FOUND & MISSING
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There are 95 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 95
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CONTENTS: 1917 1918 1921 1923 1924 1926 1927 All GALLERIES: 1917 1918 1921 1923 1924 1926 1927 All
1918

5 January
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12 January
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19 January
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26 January
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2 February
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9 February
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16 February
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23 February
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2 March
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9 March
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16 March
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23 March
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30 March
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6 April
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13 April
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20 April
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27 April
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4 May
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11 May
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18 May
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25 May
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1 June
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8 June
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15 June
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29 June
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6 July
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13 July
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20 July
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27 July
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3 August
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10 August
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17 August
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24 August
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31 August
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7 September
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14 September
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21 September
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28 September
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5 October
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12 October
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19 October
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26 October
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2 November
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9 November
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16 November
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23 November
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30 November
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7 December
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14 December
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21 December
1918

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