circular from Norman Film Manufacturing Company, a Jacksonville-based, white independent film company active from 1921 to 1926 that specialized in outdoor adventure films for African American audiences, advertising the 1926 film The Flying Ace 
The cover features a proud man in uniform, a diving airplane, and a parachuting man, and advertises thrills, action, and punch. Beneath the image is text advertising an ‘all star colored cast’ and six reels of love, thrills, and romance. A space is provided in which the theater might print its name, but the space is blank.
The inside of the herald reemphasizes the ‘all colored cast’ and promotes star Kathryn Boyd as a ‘female daredevil.’ The circular mentions that her co-star, Lawrence Criner, is one of the original Lafayette Players
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circular from Norman Film Manufacturing Company, a Jacksonville-based, white independent film company active from 1921 to 1926 that specialized in outdoor adventure films for African American audiences, advertising the 1926 film The Flying Ace 
The cover features a proud man in uniform, a diving airplane, and a parachuting man, and advertises thrills, action, and punch. Beneath the image is text advertising an ‘all star colored cast’ and six reels of love, thrills, and romance. A space is provided in which the theater might print its name, but the space is blank.
The inside of the herald reemphasizes the ‘all colored cast’ and promotes star Kathryn Boyd as a ‘female daredevil.’ The circular mentions that her co-star, Lawrence Criner, is one of the original Lafayette Players
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circular from Norman Film Manufacturing Company, a Jacksonville-based, white independent film company active from 1921 to 1926 that specialized in outdoor adventure films for African American audiences, advertising the 1926 film The Flying Ace 
The cover features a proud man in uniform, a diving airplane, and a parachuting man, and advertises thrills, action, and punch. Beneath the image is text advertising an ‘all star colored cast’ and six reels of love, thrills, and romance. A space is provided in which the theater might print its name, but the space is blank.
The inside of the herald reemphasizes the ‘all colored cast’ and promotes star Kathryn Boyd as a ‘female daredevil.’ The circular mentions that her co-star, Lawrence Criner, is one of the original Lafayette Players
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circular from Norman Film Manufacturing Company, a Jacksonville-based, white independent film company active from 1921 to 1926 that specialized in outdoor adventure films for African American audiences, advertising the 1926 film The Flying Ace 

The cover features a proud man in uniform, a diving airplane, and a parachuting man, and advertises thrills, action, and punch. Beneath the image is text advertising an ‘all star colored cast’ and six reels of love, thrills, and romance. A space is provided in which the theater might print its name, but the space is blank.

The inside of the herald reemphasizes the ‘all colored cast’ and promotes star Kathryn Boyd as a ‘female daredevil.’ The circular mentions that her co-star, Lawrence Criner, is one of the original Lafayette Players

The Chicago Hot Shots, featuring Kid Brown, Skeet Brown, and the six women making up the Chicago Hot Shots.  part of a circular for the Douglass Theatre, Macon, Georgia, dated May 20 to May 26, 1927

The Chicago Hot Shots, featuring Kid Brown, Skeet Brown, and the six women making up the Chicago Hot Shots.  part of a circular for the Douglass Theatre, Macon, Georgia, dated May 20 to May 26, 1927

circular for the Star Theatre, Savannah, Georgia, advertising the vaudeville show, Happy Go Lucky, with George Williams Jr, Henry Williams, Willy Glover, Billy Mae Mobley, Earl & Josephine, and a five-piece jazz band, dated May 13-19, 1929
HOTTER THAN HOT!

circular for the Star Theatre, Savannah, Georgia, advertising the vaudeville show, Happy Go Lucky, with George Williams Jr, Henry Williams, Willy Glover, Billy Mae Mobley, Earl & Josephine, and a five-piece jazz band, dated May 13-19, 1929

HOTTER THAN HOT!