The Land Beyond the Sunset

The Land Beyond the Sunset  (1912) 
by Harold M. Shaw
An American silent film, selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress.
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TRADE MARK
Thomas A. Edison
REG. U . S. PAT. OFF.


The Land Beyond the Sunset

By

Dorothy G. Shore


Copyright 1912 Thomas A. Edison Inc. Patented (Re-Issue) Jan. 12. 1904

JOE, the newsboy MARTIN FULLER

LOADEN

910

UNION RAILWAY

A present.

Joe's home.

HIS GRANDMOTHER MRS. WILLIAM BECHTEL

An outing arranged for poor children.

MANAGER OF THE FRESH AIR FUND WALTER EDWIN

THE COMMITTEE ETHEL JEWETT
ELIZABETH MILLER
GLADYS DU PELL
MRS. WALLACE ERSKINE

THE MINISTER BIGELOW COOPER

FRESH AIR

FUND

FRESH AIR FUND
PICNIC

SATURDAY, JULY 30TH

ADMIT ONE

TRAIN LEAVES CENTRAL STATION AT 7 A. M.

The morning of the picnic.

His first sight of the world beyond the slums.

He hears a fairy story.

"Jack ran and escaped from the wicked old witch. The fairies guided him to the shore and sent him a boat into which he climbed."

"He needed no oars because his little fairy friends were guiding the boat out to sea, along the path of shining light, to the Land Beyond the Sunset, where he lived happily ever after."

His boat on the shore.

And he drifted to the land beyond the sunset.

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1928.


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