Fox Theatre (Atlanta)

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Postmarked April 5, 1935:

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From back of postcard:

“Home of the Yarab Temple, an imposing structure of Moorish architecture. The Fox Theatre in this building is one of the most beautiful theatres in the country.  Contains the largest stage in the world, being four feet wider than the famous Roxy in New York City. Seating capacity 5,000.”

Fox Theatre

Postcards 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 if they did.

Since 1997, legendary theatre historian,  Cezar Del Valle has been conducting a popular series of  theatre talks and walks. Currently accepting bookings for 2017:  historical societies, libraries , senior centers, etc.

He has also joined with Local Expeditions to present a series of walking tours.

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.

Currently editing and updating the third edition of the Brooklyn Theatre Index, Volume I.

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Greetings from the Jersey Shore

Julie at the Moorlyn (1967)

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From back of postcard:
“Ocean City, New Jersey Famous Boardwalk

Moorlyn Family Theatre

To be a rich man at the Ocean Theatre, Wildwood (1971)

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A glimpse of the Ocean Theatre in reel six of “Touched” (1983)

Postcards 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 if 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.

Currently editing and updating the third edition of the Brooklyn Theatre Index, Volume I.

He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2016: historical societies, libraries, senior centers, etc.

Now selling “vintage” on Etsy  and Amazon.

Greetings from Atlantic City, New Jersey

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“Strolling on the famous Ten Mile Boardwalk. In the background is the entrance to Steel Pier which extends a half mile out to sea.”

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“View of Center City Boardwalk. Visitors enjoy miles of this relaxing promenade, lined with colorful and attractive stores.”

Postcards 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 if 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 theTheatre 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.

Verticals Along West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee

Postmarked March 24, 1948

img581Back of postcard:
“From the Lincoln Memorial Bridge near the Lakefront, Wisconsin Avenue extends westward through downtown Milwaukee, over the massive viaduct and finally to the beautiful residential district, a distance of more than six miles.”

 

Postcard 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 if 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.

Postcards from New York Movie Houses

Mailers sent by movie houses long vanished from the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

This is what you missed at the:

Waldorf Theatre, postmarked October, 1939:

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“Hit No. 3” is not  a live performance but a short subject lasting about 10 min

And at the Schuyler Theatre, postmarked August 29, 1941:

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Postcards are 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 if 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.

Chicago Theatre, 175 N State St, Chicago, IL 60601

For October, we will be celebrating Halloween, 2014 with classic (and not so classic) horror movies playing the local movie house.

Rosemary’s Baby at the Chicago Theatre, “what a cute little devil.”

 

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Chicago Theatre

Postcard from 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 if 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.

Paramount Theatre 257 East Flagler Street, Miami, FL

For October, we will be celebrating Halloween, 2014 with classic (and not so classic) horror movies playing the local movie house.

Terror and excitement take over Miami as giant ants invade East Flagler Street!

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“This city is under martial law until we annihilate THEM!”

Paramount Theatre

Postcard from 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 if 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.