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

A box office window card for the People's Theater and Maynard Theater advertising the movies of the week of Oct 2, 1932 including Love Me Tonight, The Doomed Battalion, Back Street, Tom Brown of Culver, Midnight Patrol.

A box office window card showing the movies playing at the People's Theatre the week of August 21 1922. These silent movies are some of the first films shown at the newly constructed theater.

People's Theater poster for the movie "Black Diamond Express" (studio issued poster with theater information pasted to the top)

Window card announcing the movies playing the week of Sept. 4, 1932.

The Fashion Shop at 14 Nason Street, the old People's Movie Theater.

A series of black and white photos of the staff, management, and owners of the Peoples Theater at their Christmas Party in 1951. A note on the back of one of the photos is to Benny Sofka from Bert Lawton. One photo shows the window display next to…

A black and white photo of People's Theater taken at the 25th Anniversary of the Theater's opening in 1921. It opened May 6, 1921. The manager was James Ledgard and was owned by a number of local businessmen.

The movie playing is "The Enchanted…

Pappas Fruits, Boston Clothing, Sexton's Lunch, Macurda's Drugs, People's Theater under construction, P. H Lee Rexall Drug
People's Theater built in 1921 by a group of local businessman, opened on May 6. James Ledgard was the manager. A very…

A sepia photo of the Peoples Theater Basketball Team, 1938.
l to r:
Front: Tony Lubin , Joe Columbo,Uno Norgoal, Lou Columbo, Don Mariano, Capt.
Back: John Creighton, Vic Milewski, Roger Mathewman, Burton Coughlan, Mgr.