Photos favorited by Willburg145

  • <p>Empire Theatre 10 Ralph Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221 from the Gates Ave. Station</p>
  • <p>“The Showplace of Brooklyn” (Easter Week, 1957)</p>
  • <p>Back auditorium wall in the Colonial Theatre showing the projector cutouts circa 1925 in Brooklyn.</p>
  • <p>Auditorium as church</p>
  • <p>Another photo of the Beverly theatre although it’s abit out of focus, I thought it was worth posting. The year was 1955.</p>
  • <p>Corner view in Municipal Tax Photo (1940)</p>
  • <p>Alba Theatre 1940s tax photo</p>
  • <p>Alba Theatre 1940s tax photo</p>
  • <p>As seen in BLOODBROTHERS (1978).</p>
  • <p>Side view of original auditorium (1910)</p>
  • <p>Auditorium towards stage</p>
  • <p>In June 2017, the front gate was open at this theater in Newark, NJ.</p>
  • <p>Adams theater newark</p>
  • <p>It’s 1951 and CBS and RCA are battling to become the next standard for color television. RCA has created this crazy large color video projector - the first of its kind - for demonstrating color TV to an audience at the Colonial Theatre in New York. That’s Dr. David Epstein of the David Sarnoff Lab.</p>
  • <p>With continuous “French Follies” (April, 1938)</p>
  • <p>FRom New York Times archives</p>