The American Film Manufacturing Company (also known as Flying A Studios) was founded in Chicago during the fall of 1910. They decamped for the warmer climes of Southern California the next year and they began producing dozens of short films over the next few years. Digital Collections at the University of California, Santa Barbara has created this remarkable offering of photographs from the Flying A era of 1912-1917 for those with a penchant for the early days of American filmmaking. The collect
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