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Wilfred Day

Wilfred Day Wilfred Day
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Wilfred Ernest Lytton Day, FRPS, FRSA, 1873 - 1936, cinema historian, founder of the Will Day Cinematography Collection & of the Anima Masonic Lodge, had his cine & radio shop here, 1913 - 1969, where he manufactured all John Logie Baird's experimental TV apparatus.
Will Day's family, Film London & The Anima Masonic Lodge

Site: Wilfred Day (1 memorial)

W1, Lisle Street, See Woo Supermarket

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John Logie Baird

Born in "The Lodge" in Helensburgh, near Glasgow. Inventor of mechanical tele...

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Wilfred Day

Cinema historian. His collection is now held at the Cinémathèque Française wh...

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