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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 76 (64)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 76
Page 76

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 76

THE FOYER. as well as the lounge portion ot the menis and ladies' suites. is carpeted with a popular Crestwood pattern, woven by the Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Company. The various items of theatre equipment installed in the house are through the Capitol Motion Picture Supply.

THE LONG MURALS, adorning the two sides at the lobby. above the walnut-paneled dado, present on one side (above) a map at Long Island and on the other (below) pertinent historical scenes. The map emphasizes Kings and Queens Counties as well as the Malverne's own Nassau County, all figuratively depicted as a Colonial battleground. The mural on the opposite wall recalls the days when, despite the large number of eightsides churches, a plot to kidnap Gen. George Washington was hatched in Flatbush and pirates and smugglers frequented the share: when Sgt. Ellia Churchill, wounded at the capture 0! Fort Salonqa, was awarded the tint Purple Heart; when Nathan Hale spied on the British positions; when negotiations with the Indians were of vital importance; and when Capt. Adrian Black. with his five ships, lirst circumnavigated Long Island.

THE CRY ROOM serves a dual purpose in the Malverne Theatre. Durin the day-it is used tor its original purpose, but at night, the room is use as a private viewing room for the hard 0! hearing. For these patrons' pleasure, sound is especially amplified, and instruments are also tor use.

THE MEN'S RETIRING ROOM is comfortably lurnished with arm chairs, with convenient ash-receivers. The paper on the wall is of an exotic design with green and silver the dominating colors in the frond design. The theatre's lighting tixtures are by the Rambusch Decorating Company.

THE LADIES' SMOKING ROOM in larger and more sumptuously lurnished than the comparable men's retiring room. The well-untied chairs, convenient ash-receivers, and iloor lamps add distinction to the room whose walls are done with an exotic paper with colors of rose and silver.


1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 76