The Manley Popcorn Building Bw Print

The Manley Popcorn Building Bw by Elizabeth Sullivan

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The Manley Popcorn Building Bw Print By Elizabeth Sullivan

Frame

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

8.00" x 7.38"

Overall:

10.00" x 9.38"

 

Print:

The Manley Popcorn Building bw by Elizabeth Sullivan - 8.00" x 7.38"

$15.00

Material:

Luster Photo Paper

$7.56

Finish:

Rolled in a Tube

$0.00

Assembly:

Assembly Charge

$0.00

Total:

 

$22.56

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About the Image

The Manley Popcorn Building bw by Elizabeth Sullivan

Originally, popcorn was sold from wagons parked outside of movie theaters. Inventor, Charles T. Manley, and producer, Julian R. Burch, started producing the first electric popcorn machines in 1925 and began selling them to theater owners so theaters could sell popcorn themselves. By 1940, the name of the company changed to Manley, Inc. The Manley Company soon became one of the leading providers of popcorn poppers and supplies to theaters and candy counters worldwide. It was located in the building that stands at 1920 Wyandotte Ave. in Kansas City, MO. In 1998 it was renovated and turned into the ‘Popcorn Lofts’.

About the Artist - Elizabeth Sullivan

Elizabeth Sullivan

My name is Elizabeth Sullivan and I’ve lived in the Kansas City area all my life and Olathe for most of the last 20 years. Most of the work I have is photography. I am not completely opposed to experimenting with digitally altering a photograph; I do consider this art as well. But I’d much prefer knowing that what makes the finished photograph special is the fact that it was actually seen that way in real life. Many of my images are of landscapes, flowers, or curious architectural elements. Common themes found in my photographs are colors, lines or lighting that caught my eye. Usually they are of subjects that are more simple than busy, or things that might be of interest to the eye of a child. I have had very little art...

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