Heilig Theatre photographs collection 1888-1929 1901-1929


Heilig Theatre photographs collection, 1888-1929, 1901-1929

Heilig Theatre photographs collection 1888-1929 1901-1929

Publicity photos supplied to the Heilig Theatre in Portland, Oregon, to advertise performances of traveling road shows, music, dance, and motion pictures appearing from 1904 to 1929. Many are actors' portraits and most show costumed performers on stage or in scenes from movies.

3.35 cubic feet; 2,005 photographic prints and circa 50 photomechanical prints in 11 oversize boxes and 1 oversize folder


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