1. The Ludic Archive: The Work of Playing with Optical Toys
  2. Meredith A. Bak
  3. pp. 1-16
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  1. The Beginnings of Cinema as a Museum Exhibit: The Cases of the Smithsonian Institution and the Science Museum in London
  2. Dimitrios Latsis
  3. pp. 17-34
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  1. Insight and Axioms: Harold G. Brown and the Identification of Early Films
  2. Sabine Lenk
  3. pp. 35-56
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  1. Who’s Trending in 1910s American Cinema?: Exploring ECHO and MHDL at Scale with Arclight
  2. Derek Long, Eric Hoyt, Kevin Ponto, Tony Tran, Kit Hughes
  3. pp. 57-81
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  1. Data-Driven Research for Film History: Exploring the Jean Desmet Collection
  2. Christian Gosvig Olesen, Eef Masson, Jasmijn Van Gorp, Giovanna Fossati, Julia Noordegraaf
  3. pp. 82-105
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  1. “Digital Desmet”: Translating Early Applied Colors
  2. Barbara Flueckiger, Franziska Heller, Claudy Op den Kamp, David Pfluger
  3. pp. 106-124
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  1. Reclaiming “Lost” Films: The Paper Print Fragment Collection and the American Film Company
  2. Colin Williamson, Dana Driskel
  3. pp. 125-134
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  1. Ephemera as Medium: The Afterlife of Lost Films
  2. Paul S. Moore
  3. pp. 134-139
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  1. Méliès’s Voyage Restoration: Or, The Risk of Being Stuck in the Digital Reconstruction
  2. Martin Bonnard
  3. pp. 139-147
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  1. The Media Ecology Project: Library of Congress Paper Print Pilot
  2. Mark Williams
  3. pp. 148-151
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  1. Editors’ Foreword
  2. Donald Crafton, Susan Ohmer
  3. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Guest Editor’s Foreword: Early Cinema and the Archives
  2. Tami Williams
  3. pp. ix-xv
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