The Photodrama by Henry Albert Phillips

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This 1914 publication of The Photodrama by Henry Albert Phillips has a table of contents, 221 pages of text, a glossary, and 3 pages of advertisements in the back.

A photoplay (used interchangeably with photodrama in the book) is a movie produced from a filmed theatrical play. The photoplay or photodrama was most popular during the late 1800s until 1927 when the first talkie debuted.

The front and back boards have fading and extensive chipping where the boards meet the spine. The spine is considerably faded and darkened where the lettering occurs, and the front and back boards have light spots from wear or fading. There are edge wear and shelf wear as well. The boards are loose and easily lay flat, but the pages are tight and must be held open to read. There is a blue fountain pen ink stain at the very edge of the title page as seen in the last photo. Also please note the dog-earing in the ninth photo.

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