|Washington Times, 10-March-1915|
"The Buildings at Universal City have different architectures on the four sides." This ad talks about how that allows multiple companies to shoot films at the same time.
With expositions in both San Francisco and San Diego dedicated to the newly opened Panama Canal, and with tourism to Europe cut off, Universal hoped to attract visitors to its new studio, Universal City. "Universal City is only a trolley ride from Los Angeles and Los Angeles is on the direct line of the Santa Fe. Go to you favorite theater, see some Universal pictures, then come out to Universal City and See How the Movies Are Made."