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Posted to KGI Online Library Blog on September 24, 2015 at 12:13 PM by Bill Sowers
Censorship of Films in Kansas in the early 20th century... The Kansas State Board of Review, established by the Legislature in 1913, began functioning in 1915 as overseer and enforcer of film censorship in Kansas. For the next 40 years the Board wielded its authority approving motion pictures to be shown in Kansas movie houses as well as cutting or changing scenes and dialect in some films. Read the State Library of Kansas' KGI Blog and resources to learn more...
Tag(s): theaters, silent films, movies, motion pictures, history, censorship, censors
Posted to KGI Online Library Blog on June 26, 2018 at 10:46 AM by Bill Sowers
Tag(s): social services, poverty, Poorhouses, Poorfarms, Poor Houses, Poor farms, History
Posted to KGI Online Library Blog on March 12, 2020 at 8:48 AM by Bill Sowers
Tag(s): Regional library systems, Northeast Kansas Library System, Newsletters, Library cooperation, Libraries, History