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  Religion of Hannibal Goodwin, important inventor for film
Hannibal Goodwin, an important figure in the development of the technology used to create motion pictures, was an Episcopalian minister.
And though Carbutt and Goodwin were generously rewarded, their willingness to share their patents would later hurt their chances to receive credit for the discovery of these processes, and ultimately gave Edison legal ownership of film patents for nearly a decade.
Hannibal Goodwin sued Eastman over the infringement of his 1887 patent on flexible celluloid film.
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David and Glenda Goodwin

Goodwin is a daughter of the late Loyd Laird, formerly of Quincy, and the late Cleo McAllister, formerly of South Carolina, and a stepdaughter of Kay Laird of California.
Goodwin is a son of Everett Goodwin and Dorothy Miller, both of Quincy.
Goodwin, a 1968 graduate of Quincy High School, served in the Vietnam War and is a disabled veteran.
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 May 2, 1887: Celluloid-Film Patent Ignites Long Legal Battle | www.ac4lt.org
Goodwin was an Episcopal rector in Newark, New Jersey.
Goodwin died on what is considered the last day of the 19th century: Dec. 31, 1900.
Goodwin's patent was due to expire the following year, but Eastman Kodak had to pay out more than $5 million ($107 million in today's money, and 5 percent of George Eastman's net worth then) for past infringement and future license.
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 philpankov.com: History of black and white photography - 8
Yet Goodwin was the inventor of truly modern roll fl and white film: a transparent flexible plastic coated with a thin emulsion and sturdy enough to be used without a paper support (as it is in most modern fl and white films).
Goodwin's starting point was a material developed in 1863 from the very substance that had served as the wet plate's emulsion base: collodion.
Goodwin modified celluloid with solvents and finally was able to produce this base at "two one-thousandths of an inch, more or less, in thickness." At first the fl and white film tended to curl because the base was coated on only one side.
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 Innovationpartners » Historic patents: Celluloid film
Wired tells the story of the origin of the celluloid film which is tied to patents.
In 1887 Hannibal Goodwin fileed a patent for celluloid film.
Goodwin died in 1900 and his widow sold his patent to a company which promptly sued Eastman Kodak (which the company was and is still called) for patent infringement…and won.
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 Descendants of Aaron Goodwin
Goodwin was married, August 12, 1868, to Miss Phoebe Adaline Marshall, daughter of Hazzard P. and Phoebe (Fisher) Marshal,l of Tipton County.
Goodwin were found near the crossing and removed to the home.The former was probably killed instantly and the later lived for a few minutes.
Goodwin knowing that the afternoon passenger train had come south was probably not expecting another train at the hour and relaxed his usual vigilance.
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 Hannibal Goodwin
Hannibal Williston Goodwin was born in 1822 in Tompkins County, New York.
In 1900, Goodwin set up the Goodwin Film and Camera Co. but before film production had started he was involved in a street accident near a construction site and died from his injuries.
His patent was sold to Ansco who successfully sued Eastman Kodak for infringement of the patent and were awarded $5,000,000.
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 Celluloid
In the late 1880s, celluloids for photographic film were developed.
Hannibal Goodwin[?] and the Eastman Company both obtained patents for a film product; but Goodwin, and the interests he later sold his patents to, were eventually successful in a patent infringement suit against the Eastman Kodak Company.
Nevertheless, the groundwork in these products was set for a photographic film, as opposed to a photographic plate, with all the implications that has for motion pictures.
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 Technology EARLY MOTION PICTURES
Indeed, only a few years later, in 1887, an Episcopalian minister from New Jersey, Hannibal Goodwin (1822–1900), developed the first celluloid roll film as a base for light-sensitive emulsions.
Goodwin's success with celluloid film rolls was particularly significant because it made possible motion picture cameras and projection.
George Eastman (1854–1932) soon thereafter adapted Goodwin's roll film, patented it, and made it the industry standard by 1890.
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 Adventures in CyberSound: Goodwin, Hannibal Williston
The Reverend Hannibal Goodwin (1822 - 1900) was rector of The House of Prayer, an Episcopal Church, from 1867 - 1887.
Goodwin's spiritual motive was one of bringing the Bible to life for school kids the world over.
Pure trial and error led to Goodwin's rollable film in particular, and he filed at the US Patent Office during 1887.
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 Hannibal Goodwin@Everything2.com
Like his father, Hannibal became interested in the ministry, and became a rector at a small Episcopalian church in Newark, New Jersey.
The enterprising Goodwin saw the rather new development of photography as a way to reach his flock.
Goodwin's patent did not come around until 1898, and by then Kodak with its looming capital had essentially cornered the market for cellulose film.
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 A History of Photography, by Robert Leggat: HERSCHEL, Sir John Frederick William
Hannibal Goodwin was a clergyman working at a church in Newark, New Jersey.
His primary interest in his experiments was in spreading the gospel to children in his Sunday school, but he was also a keen amateur photographer, and also patented a number of inventions.
Just as Goodwin was about to go into production, he died in a street accident.
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 The A-Team Shrine > Characters > Hannibal
Like his namesake, Hannibal is a master tactician, but his plans never quite turned out as they were supposed to.
Hannibal was also famed for his "mastery" of disguise - usually involving a wig and a pair of false teeth, that any person with some semblance of vision could have seen through.
Nethertheless he was man the Team revolved around and after every successful victory he would utter his infamous catchphrase, "I just love it when a plan comes together!".
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 George Eastman Biography
Flexible film was created by Hannibal Goodwin of New York and a young Eastman chemist, Henry Reichenback.
The long patent battle between Goodwin and Eastman was the most important legal dispute in photographic history.
Goodwin's family and Ansco Company, owners of his patent, received five million dollars from Eastman in 1914.
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 Goodwin, Doris Kearns :: Historians : RSS Feeds : Gourt
Dartmouth College: Doris Kearns Goodwin Commencement Address - Alumna comments on her career, the FDR presidency, her upbringing, and other topics.
Gifts of Speech: Doris Kearns Goodwin - Transcript of an address to Kansas State University as part of the Landon Lecture Series on mid-20th century America and her observations of Lyndon Johnson and other figures.
Leader to Leader: Lessons of Presidential Leadership - Full text of an article by Goodwin comparing the leadership of Lyndon Johnson, John Kennedy, and Franklin Roosevelt, and drawing lessons from their styles.
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 The Inventor of Reel-to-Reel Film
Yet his invention, malleable and rollable film made of celluloid, is the single most basic ingredient of the stable film stock in use since the turn of the century.
His stereopticon was only a nuisance, because the glass slides it used broke easily and presented a hazard for his young charges.
The Ansco Company took over the manufacturing process instead, and later issued a medal in Goodwin's honor for the National Photography Association Convention during 1909.
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 Goodwin-65th - Hannibal, MO - Hannibal Courier-Post
Goodwin is the son of the late Verna Goodwin and Lena Faxon, and Mrs.
Goodwin is the daughter of the late Arch and Alma Daly.
They are the parents of six children, Robert L. and Bill Goodwin of Palmyra, Donna Morris of Hannibal, and Dwayne Goodwin, Karen Beadle and Mike Goodwin, all of Pal myra.
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 Streamingmedia.com: Case Study: Streaming with Grace
In fact, the inventor of celluloid film, Hannibal Goodwin, was pastor for a short term at what was then called Grace Church.
Goodwin used one of the earliest forms of the slide projector, known as the Magic Lantern, throughout his Sunday school classes.
More than 100 years and a handful of major and minor earthquakes later, a new medium, taking shape in the form of streaming technology, is making a positive impact on Grace Cathedral, enabling a powerful new means to project the voice of the cathedral’s civic efforts.
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 Caroline Love O'Day
State associate chairman of the Democratic Party (1932—42), she became commissioner of the New York Board of Social Welfare (1923—34) before going to the US House of Representatives (1935—43), where she regularly supported the New Deal except for military legislation.
Goodwin is a surname, and may refer to
Please include a link to this page if you have found this material useful for research or writing a related article.
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Among these papers are Goodwin's descriptions of his inventions, patents, and records concerning the litigation.
Pell represented Rev. Hannibal Goodwin (1822-1900), Rector of The (Episcopal) House of Prayer, in litigation with the Eastman Kodak Company.
Goodwin's chemical experimentation had culminated in 1887 in the invention of flexible, celluloid photographic film.
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 Articles > Nitrate Film
In 1887, the Reverend Hannibal Goodwin (1822-1900) applied for a patent on a method of preparing a celluloid support for photographic emulsions that was titled, "Photographic Pellicle and Method for Producing Same".
(Goodwin eventually sold his patent to Ansco, and Ansco successfully sued Eastman Kodak for infringement of the patent and, after lengthy litigation, was awarded $5 million.)
However, the Eastman Kodak Company quickly cornered the market to manufacture and supply raw film stock to the motion picture producers in the United States, and from the earliest days of the cinema virtually all commercial 35mm films were made using their "nitrate film stock" (as it was called).
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 George Eastman Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography Biography
The long patent dispute between Goodwin and Eastman was the most important legal controversy in photographic history.
Goodwin's heirs and Ansco Company, owners of his patent, received $5,000,000 from Eastman in 1914.
In 1888 Eastman designed a simple camera, the Kodak (Eastman's coined word, without meaning), which was easy to carry and eliminated focusing and lighting.
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 Looking back: Newark priest paves way for movies - Breaking News From New Jersey - NJ.com
Friday September 14, 2007, 7:21 AM On September 13, 1898, a Episcopal priest from Newark with a eye for photography and a knack for tinkering was granted a patent for flexible film, stored on a roll.
Hannibal Goodwin's invention became a crucial step toward the development of cinematography, or motion pictures.
The house where Goodwin lived, the rectory of the Episcopal House of Prayer, still stands at Broad and State streets.
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 Sever Hall Photography Sales and Service Home Page
1887: The Reverend Hannibal Goodwin, a minister at the House of Prayer in Newark, New Jersey, invents a method for making transparent, flexible film and applies for a patent for his celluloid film.
The Reverend Hannibal Goodwin files an interference against Eastman for the use of transparent, flexible film.
Kodak introduced the Autographic system; An appellate court upholds a ruling against the Eastman Kodak Company for infringing Hannibal Goodwin's patent on transparent, flexible film and orders the company to pay five million dollars in cash to the Ansco Company, which then owned the Goodwin patent.
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 Anniversaries - Hannibal, MO - Hannibal Courier-Post
Duane and Janet Brammer of 48 Holiday Drive, Hannibal, have observed their 40th wedding anniversary.
George Lyle of Hannibal observed their 65th wedding anniversary on June 7, 2008.
Posted May 08, 2008 @ 05:39 PM Program that will regularly place Hannibal police officers on foot or bicycles in downtown Hannibal is d...
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 Guestbook
I was given the name Rev. Hannibal Goodwin, New Oke, N.Y. but have not been able to make the connection.
Joseph P. Goodwin served in Civil War and lost an arm, was a school teacher and also took census in Wake County, NC.
My father is holder of Goodwin Bible dating back to this era with listings of all births, deaths, marrages etc. would like to get this word out.
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 360icon - Vintage Panoramas
Following the invention of flexible film in 1888 panoramic photography was revolutionized.
The invention, initially created by Hannibal Goodwin and later copied and marketed by the Eastman Kodak Company, was a milestone in photography and greatly benefited panoramic photography in particular, spawning a wave of cameras utilizing this new, convenient, and practical method.
Soon after dozens of cameras came on the market, many with brand names heavily indicative of their time.
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 016 Platemaking for Offset Lithography
Two types of light-sensitive plate coatings were in general use prior to the year 1945.
They were the bichromated albumin plate coating developed by Alphonse Poitevin in 1855, and a deep-etch plate coating patented by Reverend Hannibal Goodwin in 1881.
The next evolution in platemaking for lithography occurred in 1859, when zinc was introduced as a metal printing plate, a substitute for litho stone.
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 W. K. L. DICKSON The Father of film
Dickson then sought Hannibal Goodwin, an Episcopalian minister who had applied photographic emulsion to roll film, and coerced him into giving the idea to Eastman for manufacturing.
The tenacious Dickson then devised a crude camera in November 1890 and filmed his first trial, MONKEYSHINES, featuring the movement of fellow assistant Fred Ott.
Dickson then sought Hannibal Hause, an Episcopalian minister who had applied photographic emulsion to roll film, and coerced him into giving the idea to Eastman for manufacturing.
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 Ansco Chronology
December: Anthony and Scovill Company is formed from the merger of E. and H. Anthony and Co. and the Scovill and Adams Co.
October: Goodwin Film and Camera Co. of New Jersey acquires 5 lots on Jarvis Street adjacent to the existing Ansco facilities.
September: Plans are made to re-locate company offices from the Security Mutual Building to the Lester Block at the corner of Washington and Henry Streets.
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