Typed document signed, an agreement between Western Film Exchange of New York and Frank Meyer, concerning the terms of a loan.

New York: August 1911.

Price: $250.00


About the item

2pp. Small folio. Old folds. Very Good.

Item #353283

Aitkin (1877-1956) was an early film producer and distributor during the silent film era, noted for his worth with Charlie Chaplin and D.W. Griffith. The Western Film Exchange was founded in Milwaukee in July 1906 by John R. Freuler and Aitkin for the purpose of mass-producing and distributing Western films to movie theaters throughout the American midwest. The company would eventually evolve into RKO Pictures.