Three cameramen pose in front of a group of men and women, on horses and on foot. The Nestor Film Studio was the first motion picture studio in Hollywood at Sunset Blvd. and Gower St., built by David Horseley for Christie Film Co. Those numbered in the photographed are identified as the following: 1-Bill Piltz, cameraman ( $35/wk) ; 2-Al Christie, Manager and Director of the Mutt & Jeff Comedy Co., ($50/wk) ; 3-Walter Pritchard, cameraman ($35/wk) ; 4-Milton Fahrney, Director of Westerns, ($50/wk) ; 5-Dave Horsley & Son ; 6-Tom Harding, cameraman ($35/wk) ; 7-Thomas Ricketts, dramatic director ; 8-Dorothy Davenport ; 9-Victoria Forde. Photograph dated December 23, 1911.
Piltz, Bill Christie, Al,--1886-1951 Pritchard, Walter Fahrney, Milton Horsley, David,--1873-1933 Harding, Tom Ricketts, Tom,--1853-1939 Davenport, Dorothy,--1896-1977 Forde, Victoria Nestor Films Motion picture studios--California--Hollywood (Los Angeles) Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)