Victor Rousseau:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Victor Rousseau Emanuel (Avigdor Rousseau Emanuel, b.1879 - d. 1960) was a writer of pulp fiction active in Great Britain and the United States during the first half of the 20th century
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Open-Air Moving Picture Shows
Public news outlets

The Messiah of the Cylinder (1917)

Ray gun
A weapon that projects a beam of destructive force.

The Messiah of the Cylinder (1917)

Telephone Funnel
A kind of two-way public loudspeaker.

The Messiah of the Cylinder (1917)

Tele-Photophonic Attachment
A device that permits a telephone funnel to see as well as hear.

The Messiah of the Cylinder (1917)

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