Scrapbook containing materials relating to cinemas managed by Harry Sanders

Made:
1922-1986
part of archive:
Harry Sanders Archive
maker:
Sanders, Harold

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This scrapbook contains programmes, advertising, photographs and other ephemera relating to the cinemas managed by Harry Sanders between 1920 and 1937. The book includes materials relating to the Bee-Hive Picture House (Bolton), Balham Picture House, Portmandoc Cinema, The Palace (Walkden), King's Cinema (Bristol), Lido (Islington) and the State Cinema (Grantham).

Details

Extent:
I volume, 290 x 220 x 40mm
Identifier:
SAN/1/2
Access:
Access is given in accordance with the NMeM access policy. Material from this collection is available to researchers through the museum’s Insight facility.

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