Founded in 1916, the Beverly Hills Women's Club is committed to furthering art, intellect, social grace and…More philanthropy. The club's fundraising efforts support children and the homeless, as well as the L.A. Conservancy, a local historic preservation society.
For members, workshops frequently take place on various subjects, including wine, cooking, dance, flower arranging and gardening. The group also hosts lectures, games such as mahjong and bridge, banquets and book clubs.
In addition to membership fees, participation in activities requires pre-paid registration for each event, ranging from approximately $25 to $50 or more.
This is the business office for American Mutoscope and Biograph, a film distributor and production company. It…More specializes in the preservation of old Hollywood cinema such as the silent films made in the beginning of the genre.
Recent issues of old works and current works associated with Mutoscope are: The Red Man's View (2014), RMS Titanic: The Story Biograph Told (2012) and the release of an old silent film, The Massacre (1914), the story of the massacre in an Indian Village. It was written and directed by D.W.Griffith and starred Hollywood historic actors Wilfred Lucas, Blanche Sweet and Charles West.