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A series of 60 tickets to movies showing at the Fine Arts Theater from 1949-1951.

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A green ticket to a movie at the Fine Arts Theater.

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A black and white photo of a Peoples Theater Christmas event featuring Santa Claus greeting children in the theater lobby. Names of individuals include: Frank Taylor (Santa on the left); Joanne P. Ross, (left of Santa); Eddie Harper, (between…

A movie promotional booklet listing a number of movies to be shown from August 1923-July 1924.

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A bulletin from the Peoples/Colonial Theater which advertises currently showing movies. These are: Pygmalion, Stagecoach, Made for Each Other, Sweethearts Girls on Probation, Next Time I Marry, Secrets of an Actress, Hard To Get, Garden of the Moon,…

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A Kodacolor print of the Fine Arts Theater, developed June 18, 1949. Printed on the back is: "B. J. Coughlan, Gen. Manager; H. E. Lawton, House Manager. Good picture of the sky at least."


Two photos of "Broom Drill", unknown date or location.


The structure was built in the late 1860's by the Maynard Family. It was sold to Alfred T. Haynes in 1893 and then to the Gruber Brothers in 1917.
Entire upper floors destroyed by fire on July 14, 1934.
The hall on the second level was used for…

Accompanied by Sirkka Lehtinen, Fridioff Tofferi, Uuno Poikonen

Cast of Characters: Bertha Saari, Elma Leivo, William Wehkoja, Ahti Jaakkola, Lauri Hiipakka, Helen Mark, Aimo Kangas, Waino Saari, Laura Aho, Leo Warila, Ahti, Alho, Anthony Colombo

Stage show cast of the play "Gypsy Blood" performed at the Finnish Radical Hall on Waltham Street.

Sassa Lehtinen seated to the left of folks seated on the floor.

The file contains programs for the following productions put on by the Savoyards in the early 1970's: "Yeoman of the Guard", "Princess Ida", "The Mikado", "The Pirates of Penzance", "Ruddigore", "Iolanthe".

Owned and operated by James A. Coughlan until about 1913 when it was changed into a garage, from which Mr. Coughlan ran a Ford automobile dealership. In 1949 Burton Coughlan, son of James A. Coughlan, made it into a movie house, then called the Fine…

On summer St., now part of the Fine Arts Theater complex.
(see 1999.1978)

A benefit opera performed at Maynard High School for the Athetic Asssociation.

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