A history of film exhibition relating to the banner image above, including the Frizzell and Baldwin movie shows, is found in “Rurban Outfitters.”
Select Publications Relating to the Project:
2019, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Roll the Credits: Gender, Geography and the People’s History of Cinema,” A Companion to New Cinema History, Routledge, Daniel Biltereyst, Richard Maltby & Philippe Meers, eds., pp. 202-216 (find online).
2018, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Rurban Outfitters: Cinema and Rural Cultural Development in New Hampshire’s North Country, 1896-1917,” Cinema Outside the City: Rural Cinemagoing from a Global Perspective, Palgrave MacMillan, Daniela Treveri-Gennari, Catherine O’Rawe & Danielle Hipkins, eds., pp. 91-113 (find online).
2014, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Space, Place and the Female Film Exhibitor: The Transformation of Cinema in Small Town New Hampshire During the 1910s,” Locating the Moving Image: New Approaches to Film and Place, Indiana University (Spatial Humanities Series), Julia Hallam & Les Roberts, eds., 44-79 (find online).
2013, Jeffrey Klenotic, “From Mom-and-Pop to Paramount-Publix: Selling the Community on the Benefits of National Theater Chains,” Watching Films: New Perspectives on Movie-Going, Exhibition and Reception, Intellect, University of Chicago, Albert Moran & Karina Aveyard, eds., 189-208 (find online).
2011, Jeffrey Klenotic,“Putting Cinema History on the Map: Using GIS to Explore the Spatiality of Cinema,” Explorations in New Cinema History, Wiley-Blackwell, Richard Maltby, Daniel Biltereyst & Philippe Meers, eds., 58-84 (find online).
2011, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Where Is Cinema?,” contribution to multi-authored omnibus article, “Senses of Cinema-Going: Brief Reports of Going to the Movies Around the World,” Arthur Knight, Clara Pafort-Overduin & Deb Verhoeven, eds., Senses of Cinema, Issue 58 (find online).
2007, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Four Hours of Hootin’ and Hollerin’: Moviegoing and Everyday Life Outside the Movie Palace,” Going to the Movies: Hollywood and the Social Experience of Cinema, University of Exeter, Richard Maltby, Melvyn Stokes & Robert Allen, eds., 130-154 (endnotes 416-422) (find online).
2001, Jeffrey Klenotic, “‘Like Nickels in a Slot’: Children of the American Working Classes at the Neighborhood Movie House,” The Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film and Television, Vol. 48, 20-33 (find online).
1998, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Class Markers in the Mass Movie Audience: A Case Study in the Cultural Geography of Moviegoing, 1926–1932,” The Communication Review, Vol. 2, No. 4, 461-495 (find online).