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Philip Burnie, projectionist at Globe Cinema, Attercliffe
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
Woodseats Palace Cinema, Chesterfield Road. Used for worship by Methodists of Holmhirst Road, 1911-1916
Town Hall Square looking towards Cinema House, Barkers Pool showing Wilson Peck, Beethoven House
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.
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
Cinema House, Barkers Pool, looking towards the City Hall
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
The Library Theatre, Tudor Place, setting for the N.B.C. film shown during Book Week.
Cinema House, Barkers Pool
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