Highland Film Company
The news broke in the Kentucky Post on February 6, 1915:
By February 27, there are even more details:
The March 13th coverage had even more hype:
On March 13, there were rumors that the new Hollywood would be in Ludlow, and not Fort Thomas:
March 18, 1915. The new location pleases New York:
March 23, 1915. Sounds to us like he's laying it on thick:
March 23, 1915. But as a note in the back of the paper on the same date notes:
By April 15, 1915, the original drawing re-appears, but the Lagoon no longer seems to be in the plan; we're back to Fort Thomas:
The April 15 story, the same date, says the deal is closed:
April 19, 1915, and they are certain on Fort Thomas:
July 15, 1916. Over a year later, we find this. To paraphrase T. S. Eliot, The Highland Film Company died not with a bang, but a whimper.
All clippings are from the Kentucky Post.