According to Grayson, home movies had become so popular by 1934 that it was possible for people to take their own films or hire a cinematographer to document a corporate outing. Included in the screening will be the Sinclair dinosaur exhibit and footage of Sally Rand, who was notorious for her fan and bubble dances.
The films will be accompanied by commentary by Grayson and historian/author Glory-June Greiff, who will display her large collection of memorabilia from the fair.
Admission is $5; concessions are $1. Info: 327-7135.
More information about Grayson’s work is available at www.drfilm.net,