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Program of movies shown at the New Market and Mt. Jackson Theatres, week of April 1 1935.

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Pamphlet advertising the movie "No No Nanette." Distributed by the Strand Theater. Dated September 16 1930 and September 17 1930.

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Photograph of a nativity play. The location of the performance and the identifity of the performers is unknown.

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Program for movies shown at the Edinburg Theatre during the week of October 18, 1937. They included New Faces of 1937, One Man Justice, You Can't Have Everything, Born to Dance, and The Outcasts of Poker Flat.

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Handbill from the theatrical production "The Womanless Wedding" produced by the Woodstock Rotary Club as a fundraiser on March 21 and March 22 1929. The play was presented at the "New Theatre" in Woodstock and was directed by Myrna May Cole of Sympon…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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In 1949 the Shenandoah Valley Drive In Theatre opened just south of Woodstock Virginia. It was operated by the Dalke family who also owned conventional movie theatres in Strasburg, Woodstock, Edinburg, and New Market. The theatre had a single screen,…

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Postcard with a picture of Rickey's General Store in Woodstock Virginia. The site was the home of one of Woodstock's first movie theaters called the Chrystal Palace.
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