8 edition of Smileage found in the catalog.
by Cumberland House Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||161|
M. Klaw says soldiers may use stamps in "smileage books" in buying admission to camp theatres. mileage also milage (mī′lĭj) n. 1. Total length, extent, or distance measured or expressed in miles. 2. Total miles covered or traveled in a given time. 3. The amount of service, use, or wear estimated by miles used or traveled: This tire will give very good mileage. 4. The number of miles traveled by a motor vehicle on a given quantity of fuel.
Smileage Books. 30" x 20" Artist: unsigned. Printed for the United States Government. This rare poster encourages Americans to buy Smileage Books, which allowed soldiers to participate in certain fun activities at the war camps. The governor of Oregon was quoted once talking about Smileage Books, he said; "The Military Entertainment. Bhow. Your Smileage Book will do it for you. A Smileage Book of twenty coupons costs you a dollar one of one hundred coupons costs you five dollars. Buy one to-day—send it to that soldier boy—let him enjoy the shows all the more'because he knows you keep on thinking of him. About the time you figure he has used up the first book of coupons.
ABSTRACT:Smileage was a funding scheme designed to support the Commission on Training Camp Activities’ theater project during World War I. The public purchased cou- pon books that soldiers redeemed at the government Liberty Theatres, which purported. Smileage Books Here. What is a smileage book? It is a small book containing twenty coupons worth live cents each. 01 what use are the coupons? When placed in the bands ol one of your soldier friends in any of the large training camps in the United States each coupon is worth five cents, to be used in exchange for tickets for enter tainments.
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Produced by the Globe Ticket Co., these Smileage Books were purchased by family members to send to their husbands, brothers, sons and significant others.
They, in turn, could exchange them for entertainment tickets for events at any Liberty Theater or YMCA Camp Auditorium in the country.
Smileage Guaranteed, Past Humor Present Laughter, Musings on the Comedy Film IndustryVolume One: Hal Roach by Richard M.
Roberts Goodreads helps you keep track of books 5/5(1). About the Author Michael Gray, owner and founder of Stage of Life Publications and author of the concept Smilosophy, shares with the world Smilosophy and encourages each person to get more smileage out of life.
I encourage each reader to share this book with friends and loved ones. Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission.5/5(1). “The council has originated a type of book of tickets that members of the soldiers’ family and his friends may send to him at the front.
They are to be called “Smileage books” and will be made up of coupons somewhat like the mileage books of the railroad. In books. Find 'Smileage Book' [WWI Era Military Entertainment Service Coupons] by Newton D.
Baker, Raymond B. Fosdick, Marc Klaw, Harry P. Harrison - COVID. Smileage books sell in $1 and $5 forms, and surely every man in the University is willing to forget the price of a show or two for the good cheer which these Smileage books will bring to thousands.
*Smileage books contained coupons that could be exchanged for entertainment tickets at the various camps. They were issued by the Commission on Training Camp Activities and could be purchased by the public to give or send to service men.
Books were made up of 20 coupons; these cost $1. Those having coupons cost $5. Governor's Proclamation Smileage Books Author: Oregon Secretary of State - Archives Division Subject: February 18 to 21 as Smileage Book Week in Oregon Keywords: February 18 to 21 as Smileage Book Week in Oregon, world war i Created Date: Z.
Smile is a comic book by Raina Telgemeier that is funny, sad, touching and very moving. about a girl named Raina who just wants to fit in like everyone else and be a normal sixth grader.
But one night, after her girl scout meeting, she trips an falls. This causes her two front teeth to /5(10K). Todays lesson was the WW1 Smileage Book. Apparently these were issued by the War Department for purchase by the general public.
The book would be purchased and sent to a serviceman. He would then use them for a seat at a movie theater or auditorium. A Slight Smile is Very Charming is the story that Really, Really Miss You could have been.
The setting is also similar to Black Belly Boss, Don't Run, while it shares the same universe and author as Come and Eat, Shan Shan but the pacing was better and the characters developed their relationship more and gradually fell for each other.
On the cover is a soldier and an eagle and it says Smileage Book, Military Entertainment Service, Printed for the War Department by Globe Ticket Company, Philadelphia, PA, Good for Duration of War.
These booklet originally contained 20 tickets in five sheets of four 5 cent tickets each signed by the Secretary of War, Newton D.
Baker on the back. Smileage Books - For Sale Here - Artist Unknown, ca. 40'' x '' / x 67 cm. Lithograph | Paper. ID# USL $ Design photo albums with SmileBooks. Our professional-quality photo books are the picture perfect way to capture and share life's special moments. Shop now. Raina just wants to be a normal sixth grader.
But one night after Girl Scouts she trips and falls, severely injuring her two front teeth, and what follows is a long and frustrating journey with on-again, off-again braces, surgery, embarrassing headgear, and even a retainer with fake teeth attached.
Smileage Book Note: This item is currently in g American troops entertained as they trained for combat was a priority for the War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities.
Produced by the Globe Ticket Co., these Smileage Books were purchased by family members to send to their husbands, brothers, sons and significant others. Smileage Guaranteed (Past Humor, Present Laughter, Musings on the Comedy Film Industry Smileage Guaranteed9Smileage Guaranteed0-Smileage Guaranteed, Volume One: Hal Roach) by Roberts Richard M.
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The "Smileage Books" are printed in two sizes, one containing 20 five-cent coupons and costing $1, the other containing five-cent coupons and costing $5.
These books will admit the soldier to.The whole Smileage book is worth about 3 – 4 good seats and then you have to pay in part cash so you can make up your mind how much good one of those books are. Just a polite graft in a modern way, but as far as the shows are concerned, they are the best there is right from New York with beautiful scenery and electrical effects.Smileage Books In Januarythe faculty agreed to collect money to purchase “Smileage Books” for all students in the Army that had left the school within the last 2 or 3 years.
A “Smileage Book” was printed for the War Department by the Globe Ticket Company in Philadelphia and were used for admission into live shows.