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Night view of The Norfolk Picture Palace, junction of Duke Street and Talbot Street, Park. Opened 24 December 1914, seating 1000. Closed 24 December 1959. Demolished 1966.
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Aerial view of Parson Cross Estate during construction. Ritz Cinema, top, centre at junction of Southey Green Road and Wordsworth Avenue. Palgrave Road, Meynell Road and Palgrave Crescent in foreground
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Philip Burnie, projectionist at Globe Cinema, Attercliffe
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Barkers Pool showing the City Hall Gardens, also known as Balm Green Gardens, (which were funded by J.G. Graves), Cinema House, City Hall and The Regent in background
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Woodseats Palace Cinema, Chesterfield Road. Used for worship by Methodists of Holmhirst Road, 1911-1916
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Town Hall Square looking towards Cinema House, Barkers Pool showing Wilson Peck, Beethoven House
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Unidentified group, some in fancy dress. This may have been publicity for a cinema, in particular the Albert Hall, which often promoted new films using people in costume.
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Former Sheffield Park Picture Palace, South Street. Opened 2 August 1913, seating 900. Closed June 1962. Dennis O'Grady reopened the cinema on November 1963 but it closed for good on 31 December 1966. Reopened as a bingo hall. Later demolished
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Cinema House, Barkers Pool, looking towards the City Hall
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Albert Hall, junction of Barkers Pool and Burgess Street. Opened 15 December 1873 as a concert hall. Began showing short films on a regular basis and from 17 June 1918 operated as a normal cinema. Destroyed by fire on 14 July 1937
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