ID Date Type Description Summary
277 1926-01-16 Draft of letter Joy quotes the professional opinions of Dr George W. Kirchwey and Dr Sanger Brown that movies do not cause crime; on the...
278 1926-01-16 Report "Opinions of a Few Prominent People that Motion Pictures Do Not Cause Juvenile Delinquency." These include prison and c...
276 1926-02-15 Press statement Court statistics show that juvenile delinquency is decreasing despite the popular impression. The statement draws a con...
275 1926-05-01 Poem This poem, by James J. Montague, makes fun of the tendency to blame movies and jazz for the restless behaviour of the yo...
396 1927-07-31 Miscellaneous Large volume of material on two Caddo pictures, The Mating Call (about KKK) and The Racket. Hughes very reluctant to ag...
471 1928-01-28 Record of conference The speeches made at the fourth annual conference of the National Board of Review (NBR) argue in favour of self governme...
1425 1928-05-07 Report Entitled "A Study of the Motion Picture Preferences in the Horace Mann High Schools" by Mary Allen Abbott. A detailed re...
460 1928-06-26 Miscellaneous Documents on influence of the screen include comments on the influence on overseas trade, and the enlightening effects o...
1297 1928-06-26 Letter
1296 1928-07-17 Memo Evidence of the extent to which the MPPDA took trouble over individual crime incidents in which someone alleged the infl...
457 1928-09-19 Report 'A Survey of Motion Pictures as Related to the General Federation of Women's Clubs." The Women's Clubs are mobilizing a...
461 1928-12-05 Memo DeBra on "Life and Death in Sing Sing," by Warden Lawes containing an accusation that movies and the press stimulate cri...
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