Theatre District, Vancouver, Canada

“Night Scene of Vancouver, B.C. , Canada”–1955

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From back of postcard:
“Looking north from Robson, showing a portion of the theatre district. Vancouver is known for its high concentration of neon in the downtown area.”

At the Vogue: Above Us The Waves

 

Postcard is part of the Theatre Talks Collection, please ask permission to copy and/or use.
At least give credit to source. We know that some people will not honor this but it would be nice of they did.

 

Cezar Del Valle is the author of the Brooklyn Theatre Index, a three-volume history of borough theatres. The first two chosen 2010 OUTSTANDING BOOK OF THE YEAR by the Theatre Historical Society.  Final volume published in September 2014.

He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2015: historical societies, libraries, senior centers, etc.

Now selling “vintage” on Etsy.

Allen Theatre, Notre Dame de Grace, Montreal

Currently searching for information on this theatre.

 

Allen

 

Postcard is part of the Theatre Talks Collection, please ask permission to copy and/or use.
At least give credit to source. We know that some people will not honor this but it would be nice of they did.

Cezar Del Valle is the author of the Brooklyn Theatre Index, chosen 2010 Best Book of the Year by the Theatre Historical Society.

He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2014-15, historical societies, libraries, senior centers, etc.

Two Views Along La Rue St. Catherine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

1952:

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At the Palace, Anne Francis in Lydia Bailey

1969:

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At the Loews, David Niven in The Extraordinary Seaman

From back of postcard:

“St. Catherine Street, Montreal, Quebec, the city’s main shopping artery. During business hours, the street activity centres around the city’s largest department stores and hundreds of specialized shops. In the evening, it remains very much alive thanks to a wide variety of cinemas, bars, and nightclubs.”

 

Postcard is part of the Theatre Talks Collection, please ask permission to copy and/or use.
At least give credit to source. We know that some people will not honor this but it would be nice of they did.

Cezar Del Valle is the author of the Brooklyn Theatre Index, chosen 2010 Best Book of the Year by theTheatre Historical Society.

He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2014, historical societies, libraries, senior centers, etc.