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An account of how motion pictures (movies) came to Maynard: from the silent picture shows of the early 1900s to the arrival of talking motion pictures in 1913 to multiple theaters in Maynard during the 1920s.

William Guard was 71 years old at time of photo. Projector might be either People's Theater or Colonial Hall.

The window card advertises the movies of the week of October 11, 1931. The Strand was located in the former Colonial Hall location.

A box office window card advertising the movies playing the week of Sept. 4.

A box office window card advertising the movies beginning the week of Aug. 21, 1931.

A window card advertising movies for the week beginning in Aug. 7, 1931.

Colonial Hall, above 63 Main St., became the Strand Theater.

Movies playing at the Rialto the week of May 17th, 1926. The Rialto Theatre was originally Colonial Hall, upstairs of 60 Main Street.

The band is the Sheridan Orchestra, Frank Sheridan, Mgr. on the drums.

Head Table in front of orchestra, standing left to right:
Robert Sheridan, Mrs. Frank Sheridan, Vincent Sweeney, Mary Sweeney, Sylvester Sullivan, Mrs. Sullivan, ___?,…

A Program for "H.M.S. Pinafore" presented by the Ladies Aid of the Methodist Episcopal Church on Thursday, January 30, 1930, held in the Colonial Hall, Maynard, MA.

A Program for an Irish Minstrel Show produced by St. Bridget's Parish Players, March 19, 1934, 8:15 PM, held at Colonial Hall, Maynard.

An agenda for the evening's program for the Silver Jubilee of St. Bridget Parish, 1894-1919, at Colonial Hall.