THE IMAGE OF THE JOURNALIST
IN POPULAR CULTURE (IJPC)
JOURNAL

Volume Seven, Spring 2016 - Spring 2018

The Image of the Journalist in Silent Film, 1890 to 1929
Part One: 1890 to 1919
Appendices One to Eleven

In The Image of the Journalist in Silent Film, 1890 to 1929, Part One: 1890 to 1919, a total of 1,937 films, with each character and event identified and all of the table information encoded, were annotated and put into eleven appendices – Appendix 1, 1890-1909 (104 pages); Appendix 2, 1910 (83 pages); Appendix 3, 1911 (92 pages); Appendix 4,1912 (179 pages); Appendix 5, 1913 (280 pages); Appendix 6, 1914 (617 pages); Appendix 7, 1915 (771 pages); Appendix 8, 1916 (788 pages); Appendix 9, 1917 (764 pages); Appendix 10, 1918 (471 pages); Appendix 11, 1919 (478 pages).  Many of the films include jpegs of original reviews, advertisements and photographs showing journalists in action.

Note: Depending on the age of your computer, your wi-fi connection and the size of the appendix, it may take anywhere from 30 seconds to five minutes to download the longer appendices (Appendices 5 to 11). Total number of pages for all appendices is 4,627. We appreciate your patience.

Introduction to Appendices, 1890-1919.  Read this introduction for explanation of how to use appendices and encoding practices.

Complete List of Silent Films Featuring Journalists and Journalism, 1890-1919

Appendix One: 1890-1909

Appendix Two: 1910

Appendix Three: 1911

Appendix Four: 1912

Appendix Five: 1913

Appendix Six: 1914

Appendix Seven: 1915

Appendix Eight: 1916

Appendix Nine: 1917

Appendix Ten: 1918

Appendix Eleven: 1919