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RARE PART FIRST-SECOND-THIRD PHOTO-DRAMA OF CREATION 1914 WATCHOWER ORIGINAL
1914. THE BINDING FROM BOOK FIRST IS MISSING, BUT PAGE 1 IS STILL PRESENT, BOOKS SECOND AND THIRD ARE IN GOOD CONDITION. HERE IS AN EXTRELY RARE OPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THE HARDCOVER SET OF PART FIRST, PART SECOND, PART THIRD PHOTO DRAMA OF CREATION. THESE OFTEN SELL FOR $ 600- $800 PER VOLUME SEE ITEM NUMBER: 362277901088 FOR A SINGLE VOLUME BY AN EXELLENT SELLER. PHOTO-DRAMA OF CREATION 1914. NUMBER ONE IS MISSING THE BINDING OF THE BOOK, BUT PAGE ONE IS PRESENT, BOOK SECOND AND THIRD ARE IN EXTREMELY NICE CONDITION, EACH CONTAIN 32 PAGES, ITS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND A SET IN THIS CONDITION. HERE IS A LITTLE OF WHAT HAS BEEN WRITTEN ABOUT THE PHOTODRAMA OF CREATION: 2001 Watchtower Jan 15 pp 8-9 "A Masterpiece of Project. Its January of the year 1914. Imagine that you are seated among 5.000 others in a darkened Auditorium in New York City. Before you is a large motion-picture screen. A white-haired man in a frock coat appears on screen. You have seen silent movies, but this man speaks, and you can heard his words. You are the premiere of something technically innovative, and the message is unique. The speaker is Charles Taze Russell, the first president of the Watch Tower Society, and the production is the "Photo-Drama of Creation." C> T> Russell realized the potential for motion pictures to reach masses of people. in 1912, therefore, he began preparing the "photo Drama of Creation." Eventually, it came to be an eight-hour-long photographic slide and motion picture production, complete with color and sound. Designed to be shown in four segments, the "Photo-Drama" took v … [Click Below for Full Description]
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