Yuma Projector Detail

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Yuma Projector Detail

Here’s one I forgot to upload, this is the ornamental glass label on the top of the 35mm projectors, which channels light upwards from the arc-light inside the projector, illuminating the glass and highlighting the “Peerless” logo. Ironically, through the glass you can see the modern digital projector stationed between the 35mm’s (less romantic but MUCH safer - no more theater fires, please!), lending the possible moniker to this photo, “Old and New.” But I have to say, I think the most apt descriptor, relative to the splendid Yuma Theater and to the Art Center as a whole, would be just what it says: “Peerless”!

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Anthony L. Vazquez-Hernandez
Anthony L. Vazquez-Hernandez on November 8, 2021 at 10:59 pm

There is/was absolutely nothing dangerous or flammable about 35mm projector, carbon arcs or film. Nitrate film was flammable but that was phased out by the early 50s and all film printed since has been safe. So yes, less romantic but not safer in the least….đŸ™„

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