Correspondence, work reports, inventories, financial papers, legal and official documents, American Consular Service reports
on overseas film distribution, descriptions and illustrations for patent applications, scenarios, promotional brochures, miscellaneous
printed articles, photographs, and short filmstrips of an educational film enterprise founded by T. K. Peters and D. Lever,
with the assistance of the Stanford faculty and other California educators. Includes correspondence of the Palo Alto Film
Corporation, which took over the remainder of Exactus.
The Exactus Photo Film corporation of Palo Alto was officially incorporated on August 28 1914. The earlier part of that year
had been spent in preliminary organization, establishing contacts, and deciding on a suitable site for an outdoor studio.
With the incorporation, Exactus stated that its purpose was "to produce, sell, rent and exchange educational and industrial
moving picture films for the use of schools, academies, and universities throughout the state of California, and later throughout
the United States."
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