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- As of June 2017, 5.7% of Wikipedia visitors are Indians. 3rd highest after USA and Japan.
This link are very helpful in finding old American newspapers
Resources for silents
- Motion Picture News [Weekly] (1913 to 1930). Formed after merger of Moving Picture News and The Exhibitors' Times. Merged with Exhibitors' Herald World to form Motion Picture Herald.
- Macfadden Publications' Photoplay (1911 to 1980).
- Macfadden Publications' Motion Picture Magazine [Monthly] (1911 to 1977). Started as The Motion Picture Story Magazine by Brewster Publications. (also known as Motion Picture Story)
- Motion Picture Herald [Weekly] (1931 to 1972).
- The Moving Picture World (1907 to 1927). Merged with Motion Picture News to create Motion Picture Herald.
- The Film Daily (1915 to 1970). [Wid's Film and Film Folk, 1915–1916, Wid's Independent Review of Feature Films, 1916–1918; Wid's Daily, 1918–1921; and Film Daily, 1922-1927]
- Boxoffice (1920 — ). From 1920 to 1931 known as The Reel Journal.
- Films of the Golden Age [Quarterly]. Covers topics and people from 1910 to 1960. Published by Muscatine Journal division of Lee Enterprises, Inc.
- Screenland [Monthly] (1920 to 1971).
- National Board of Review's National Board of Review Magazine (es. 1926) (1-34-56-78,9,1011-1314-1719-2123)
My favorite WikiProject is Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles. Here you can see the list of missing articles that need to be created. There are various lists in the project. A few of them are General encyclopedic topics, Hotlist of topics and 2007 Macropedia articles.
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