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    Date: 2010
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:17570
    Description: Old RKO Keith's Theater in Flushing at Northern Boulevard and Main Street Flushing.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: 2003
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:28180
    Description: Jamaica Multiplex Cinemas on the south east corner of Jamaica Avenue and Parsons Boulevard.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: 2002
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:28191
    Description: Tabernacle of Prayer, formerly Loew's Valencia Theatre at 165-11 Jamaica Avenue.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: 2002
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:28451
    Description: Tabernacle of Prayer, formerly Loew's Valencia Theatre at 165-11 Jamaica Avenue.
    Authors: Anders Goldfarb
    Date: 2002
    Type: Black and white photographs
    Identifier: aql:27947
    Description: Tabernacle of Prayer, formerly Loew's Valencia Theatre at 165-11 Jamaica Avenue.
    Date: 1980
    Language: eng
    Type: transcripts
    Identifier: aql:2273
    Description: Queens resident Bessie Goldman lived near and played on the Corona Ash Dump as a child before it was converted into Flushing Meadows Park. She recalls chaperoning her sisters to 1939-1940 New York Wor ... More
    Full Text: Full Text
    Authors: Williams, Van
    Date: 1964-1965
    Type: Lantern slides
    Identifier: aql:2117
    Description: View of the inside of the New York State Pavilion and adjoining theatre.
    Date: 1935
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:17583
    Description: Taft Theater - 37 15 Main Street, just a stone’s throw from Northern Boulevard. Its competitor, the RKO Keith’s Theatre, was down the block. It closed after World War II.
    Date: Time Period: 1930 - 2010
    Type: Oral history
    Identifier: aql:20488
    Description: Aaron Gorman grew up in Richmond Hill, Queens. He has fond memories of playing baseball on a sandlot team with Phil Rizzuto who went on to play with the Yankees (1941-1956) and was later elected into ... More
    Date: Circa 1930s
    Subject: Theaters | Storefronts
    Type: Digital image
    Identifier: aql:17527
    Description: The Prospect Theatre was a large single screen that opened in 1928 on Main Street in Flushing. It was closed in 1987.
    Authors: A. Noble Chapman
    Date: January, 1914
    Type: glass plate negative; polyester negative; black and white prints; digital image
    Identifier: aql:10922
    Description: Built in 1910, the Star Palace Theatre was next to the Central Hotel on West Main Street, near the "Four Corners" intersection with Ocean Avenue. It hosted live productions as well as motion picture s ... More
    Authors: A. Noble Chapman
    Date: 1906
    Subject: Theaters
    Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white prints; digital image
    Identifier: aql:10923
    Description: Built in 1884, Senekes Hall was originally located on Main Street, near Canal Street. This photograph was taken after the building was moved to Railroad Avenue, at which time it served as an opera hou ... More
    Date: June 16, 1976
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:23048
    Description: This interior view shows the auditorium and stage at the Flushing Town Hall, after the building's renovation and conversion into a performing arts center. The original proscenium seen here once hosted ... More
    Date: November 14, 1969
    Subject: Theaters
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:16691
    Description: The theater building at Fort Totten.
    Language: English
    Identifier: aql:29456
    Description: The Queens Neighborhood Newsletters Collection (1 box, 1997-2013) consists of programs for theatrical performances at various King’s County theaters.
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