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Times Square In The Rain Featured Theatres Print

Times Square In The Rain

High-angle view looking north of rainy Times Square from the top of the Times Tower (now One Times Square) at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue at 42nd Street, New York, New York, early 1940s. Prominant structures include the Astor Hotel (left), the demolished facade of the International Casino (right), and the electric sign for Planters Peanuts at the intersection of Broadway and 7th Avenue (now Two Times Square) (center). (Photo by FPG/Getty Images)

© 2006 Getty Images

Preparations for Academy Awards, Kodak Theatre, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles Featured Theatres Print

Preparations for Academy Awards, Kodak Theatre, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles

Preparations for Academy Awards, Kodak Theatre, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, United States of America, North America

© Wendy Connett

Architecture, Building Exterior, California, Color Image, Exteriors, Hollywood Boulevard, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, North America, Outdoors, Photography, Theater, Theaters, Theatre, Theatres, Travel, Travel Destinations, United States Of America, Vertical

Christmas distribution of prizes at the Liverpool Collegiate Institution, 1844 Featured Theatres Print

Christmas distribution of prizes at the Liverpool Collegiate Institution, 1844

Christmas distribution of prizes at the Liverpool Collegiate Institution, 1844. Annual prize-giving at a fee-paying school for boys in Liverpool; the Lord Bishop of Chester, John Bird Sumner, officiated. The Lecture Hall ...is a handsome, well-ventilated apartment, comprising five sides of an octagon...50 feet high, from the floor to the ceiling, with two Galleries, containing accommodation for 2700 persons...It is lighted from the roof by a large octagonal window, richly groined, gracefully dropping from the centre; and by five lozenge shaped flat lights placed around it. The body and galleries are so constructed that all can distinctly see and hear the speakers'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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