"But the most essential of all is the glorious sunlight. It is nearly perfect as can be had (illegible) for our work. We must have the very best of sunlight. Our pictures are made (illegible) and very small. For this reason, we need much better light then in order to photograph more."
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The picture they are working on now is entitled <The rest of the paragraph is largely indecipherable save for "Glendale," where the film then in production was apparently being shot on location, until the conclusion at the top of the second column from the left starting with> neighboring (?) ranches. There are also a lot of cattle rustlers present. The female attendance is composed of Mrs. Hartley, her two daughters, Bessie and Sallie, with a dozen other women from the neighborhood.
(continued in section (3) above