Fred Winter's Summer Garden.
Charles Stock & Co. Litho.
Harlem, Young Children Waiting Eagerly to Get into the Morning Show.
[Vaudeville movie theater.]
[Herman G. Weinberg, film subtitler.]
[Tremont Avenue and Prospect Avenue.]
[South side of 116th Street between Lenox Avenue and 7th Avenue.]
[Entrance of the Little Carnegie Playhouse.]
[Garden Row Houses at 69-70 Macdougal Street.]
Third Avenue (Midnight Cowboy)
Woman walking on sidewalk underneath a Movie marquee advertising the Motion Picture "Midnight Cowboy"...
100 Third Avenue between 12th and 13th Streets.
Shoe Shine Boy [Mickey looking at a movie poster.]
The Golden Age of American Cinema, the Hays Code, and “Posteritis”
Marsh maintained a lifelong interest...
Burl Ives [Burl Ives performing outside a movie theater.]
[People walking by movie theater.]
[Men purchasing movie tickets.]
[Men walking by movie theater.]
[Rialto Theatre box office.]
[Woman buying movie ticket.]
[Man buying ticket to movie theater.]
Roxy Theatre. Main house, curtain down.
50th Street and 7th Avenue.
Roxy Theatre. Copy of combined negatives.
50th Street and 7th Avenue. Marquee and facade.
Roxy Theatre. Copy of negative #19266
Roxy Theatre. Copy of negative #19299
Roxy Theatre. Copy of negative #19267
Roxy Theatre. 49th Street, sharp view.
Roxy Theatre. Up shot of Roxy side wall and main Rockefeller building.
Roxy Theatre. Stage, curtain up.
50th Street and Seventh Avenue.
Street Scenes - 1915, Seventh Ave. Cor. 116th St. B.S. Moss' Regent Theatre.
A huge theater with an elaborate facade, complete with Moorish arches and balconies. A large sign on...
The Strand Theatre, Lobby.
The lobby of the Strand Theatre looking toward doors; billboards visible, one with "Brewsters Millions"...
[Trans-Lux movie theater.]
["The County Fair" movie at B.F. Keith's 81st Street Theatre.]
[Loew's Delancey Theater, 140-146 Delancey Street.]
[Bleecker Street Cinema, 144-146 Bleecker Street.]
Originally Mori's Restaurant.
[Phelps Theatre on the north side of Main Street.]
Printed from a photograph taken around 1918.
Roxy Theatre. Up shot of lighting fixture.
Roxy Theatre. Lobby, 1.
Roxy Theatre. Lobby, 2.
Roxy Theatre. Lobby, 3.
Roxy Theatre. Lobby from above.
Roxy Theatre. Lighting fixture.
[Panoramic view of the north side of 42nd between 7th Avenue and 8th Avenue.]
586 Lexington Avenue. Trans-Lux Theater. Interior, artist working on mural
269-277 East Burnside Ave.
Album possibly used in the real estate development business of Fred F. French Investing Company, New...