From the earliest days of the cinema, movie houses have used promotional tie-ins to attract audiences.
Film Index, September 3, 1910:
“View of Wireless Machine operating in front of theatre to boost the Edison picture of ‘A Wireless Romance.’ The machine was operated by an expert wireless operator. The novelty proved a big advertisement to the theatre.”
A Wireless Romance released July 8, 1910
He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2014–historical societies, libraries, senior centers, etc.