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——. “Tapping the Thought Wireless.” Moving Picture World (21 July 1917): 409.

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——. “First Impressions of Living Pictures–The Manufacture of Mental Films–How to Project Memory Pictures: Scientific Principles of Psychology in Human Reproduction.” The Moving Picture News vol. 4, no. 44 (4 November 1911): 14-15.

——. “Moving Pictures Aid in Education.” The Moving Picture News (21 September 1912): 19. 

——. “A Practical Plan for Teaching Without Books.” The Moving Picture News vol. 4, no. 49 (9 December 1911): 6.

——. “‘Real-I-Zation’ and the Cosmos.” Washington Times (23 November 1917): 20.

——. “Snapshots—Women’s Views of Vital Interest to Moving Picture Trade.” The Moving Picture News vol. 7, no. 16 (13 April 1913): 23.

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“Miss Katharine Eggleston.” Moving Picture World (11 July 1914): 259.

“Miss Kathlyn Williams Tells of Experiences with Wild Animals.” Paste-Pot and Shears (27 Sept. 1915): n.p.

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“Miss Normand, Director.” Moving Picture World (13 Dec. 1913): 1289.

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