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    • Pipe Dream Play Still

    • Actors; Theatrical productions
    • Fauna (Helen Traubel) singing The Bum's Opera in the musical based off John Steinbeck's 'Sweet Thursday.' This show closed after 245 performances at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre.Digital copy only. No hard copy.
    • Pipe Dream Publicity Still

    • Play stills
    • A picture promoting the 42nd Street Moon's 'Lost Musical' Series "Pipe Dream," which is based on Cannery Row. On the left, a Monterey madam, Fauna (Pat Christensen,) teaches Suzy (Beth Wilmurt) the secrets of ladylike elegance. It was played at New...
    • Jose Theatre.

    • Buildings; Motion picture theaters; Theaters
    • Jose Theatre located on Second Street in San Jose, California. Theatre marquee reads 'First Run John Wayne "Rainbow Valley" and "Enter Madame" Elissa Landi, Cary Grant.' Photograph shows several cars parked on the street, Jos. A. Desimone...
    • 1931 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • American Theatre.

    • Architects; Architecture; Theaters; Theater audiences; Theatrical productions
    • American theatre, renamed Beatty's American Theatre in 1921 by owner James Beatty. Photograph shows theatre audience waiting in line outside of theatre. This theatre was originally designed in a Spanish Gothic hybrid style in a collaboration of...
    • Interior view of Liberty Theatre.

    • Chandeliers; Theaters; Motion picture theaters
    • Interior view of the Liberty Theatre. The Liberty Theatre opened in 1914, for a time in the mid 20th Century, it was the "National," a foreign film venue; later it showed Spanish language films under the name "Mexico," operated by local exhibitor...
    • T & D  DeLuxe Theatre.

    • Theaters; Motion picture posters; Motion picture theaters
    • T. & D. DeLuxe Theatre in San Jose, California also known as Theatre DeLuxe, renamed California and later Fox Mission in 1927. Theatre marquee reads 'Thomas H. Ince's Tribute to American Womanhood "Hail the Woman" Also Irving Cummings "Torchy"....
    • Liberty Theatre.

    • Men; Motion picture audiences; Motion picture theaters; Motion pictures
    • Outside view of the Liberty Theatre with audience waiting outside. Theatre marquee shows William Farnum in the "The bondman." The majority of theatre audience waiting outside are males.
    • Fox Mission Theatre.

    • Motion picture theaters; Theaters; Stage lighting
    • Fox Mission Theatre, formerly known as the California and previously the T & D Deluxe theatre located on 228 S. First Street in San Jose, California. Theatre marquee reads 'Will Rogers in the Laff of a Lifetime "Young as You Feel" also Mickey...
    • Theatre marque advertising the y-Walk

    • Fund raising; Motion picture theaters; Vehicles; Walking
    • Photograph shows the California Theatre in downtown San Jose. The side marque reads: YWCA walk to Guadalupe River. Sat May 13 9A. The edge of the marque reads: "FOX." The front marque reads: "[illegible] FOX Cal. "Lighting the way to downtown San...
    • 1986 y-Walk participants receive prizes

    • Balloons (Novelties); Children; Fund raising; Men; Plants; T-shirts; Tables; Walking; Women
    • Negative shows Jenifer Williams, who is the chair and appears to be African American, holding paper in her hands and standing at a microphone outdoors. She is probably annnouncing prize winners. A woman is standing slightly behind Jenifer and...
    • American Theatre.

    • Actors; Motion picture cameras; Motion pictures; westerns; Theaters
    • American Theatre with Berkova Productions movie equipment and automobile outside of the theatre. The theatre is playing "Hands Across the Border", a western movie, starting Fred Thomson, a silent movie star in the 1920s.
    • T & D Deluxe Theatre.

    • Actors; Motion picture audiences; Motion picture theaters; Theaters
    • Outside view of the T & D Deluxe Theatre. Photograph shows theatre patrons waiting outside to see Rose Ferguson in "Rose of the World" and Justin Farnun in "Davy Crockett." The three window arches in front and the top side of the building are...
    • 1957 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • Centennial edition. The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry...
    • American Theatre.

    • Architects; Architecture; Actors; Motion picture theaters; Theaters
    • American Theatre, also known as Beatty's American Theatre. Movie playing is "East of Broadway", starring Owen Moore, a silent movie actor and first husband of Mary Pickford. This theater was originally designed in a Spanish Gothic hybrid style in a...
    • 1919 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...

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