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Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated
 
Type of Company Production and distribution company
Country of Origination United States of America
Years of Operation Formed 1918 from First National Exhibitors’ Circuit, Incorporated
Active circa January 1919 through circa late (before December) 1924
Reorganized as First National Pictures, Incorporated, in 1924
Company Principals Robert Lieber, president (circa 1922)
J.B. Clark, first vice-president (circa 1922)
Jacob Fabian, second vice-president (circa 1922)
John H. Kunsky, third vice-president (circa 1922)
Thomas L. Tally, vice-president
H.O. Schwalbe, secretary and treasurer (circa 1922)
Richard A. Rowland, manager (circa 1922)
[?] J.D. Williams?

Board of directors: A.H. Blank (circa 1922), J.B. Clark (circa 1922), N.H. Gordon (circa 1922), Sam Katz (circa 1922), Colonel Fred Levy (circa 1922), Robert Lieber (circa 1922), Moe Mark (circa 1922), E.V. Richards Jr. (circa 1922), I.H. Rubin (circa 1922), H.O. Schwalbe (circa 1922), J.G. Von Herberg (circa 1922)

Executive committee: A.H. Blank (circa 1922), Sam Katz (circa 1922), Robert Lieber (circa 1922), Moe Mark (circa 1922), H.O. Schwalbe (circa 1922)

Voting trustees: Fred Dahnken (circa 1922), M.L. Finkelstein (circa 1922), N.H. Gordon (circa 1922), Robert Lieber (circa 1922), J.G. Von Herberg (circa 1922)

Company Offices 8 West 48th Street, New York, New York, USA (circa 1922)
6 West 48th Street, New York, New York, USA (circa 1923)
Company Studios unknown

Associated First National Pictures, Incorporated, was later reincorporated as First National Pictures, Incorporated.

References: FilmDaily-1923 p. 384.

 
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