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Old Rochester, N.H. City Opera House Advertising Program Booklet
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This item is already soldOld Rochester, N.H. City Opera House Advertising Program Booklet
Rochester   New Hampshire   Opera House   Theatre   Theater   Advertising   Historic   Nostalgic
The picture shows the cover of this Old Rochester, N.H. City Opera House Advertising Program Booklet. It was for a Comedy Drama Play called "BAR HAVEN" with music by AL. Colby and his Orchestra. I can not find a year on this booklet but it is believed to be from the 1930's. This booklet had once belonged to someone in charge of collecting payment for all of the local advertising inside. Each ad is marked "PAID" or "Pd" in pencil. The American Legion was a sponsor of this booklet. They have an interesting ad inside that reads as follows:

NO. 7
is the owner, through the generosity of His Excellency Governor Huntley N. Spaulding, of the only official film of the World War, in 5 reels, released by the U.S. Signal Corps, October, 1927, together with a projector and screen. The Post will be pleased to show these films to organizations which may desire their exhibitions. Application should be made to the Commander of the Post, Edward L. Bacon.

This (24) page booklet is loaded with local advertising. Many of the companies that advertised are still in business today. This would be great for those interested in local History. They are simple text ads. Those that advertised in here are as follows:

The Rochester Post American Legion
Spaulding Fibre Company
Linscott - Tyler - Wilson Company
John Rigazio Fruits, Confectionery, Cigars, & Tobacco
N.W. Arlin Pocket Billiards, Cigar, Tobacco, Shoe Shine Parlor
Tony's Place Billiard, Shoe Shine, Smoker Supplies
J.J. Newberry Company
Emilio Beaulieu Barber Shop - Billiard Room
Joe's Place
Rochester Steam Laundry
City Hotel
American Cafe
Harry Young Taxi Service
John L. Stone / Feinemann Bros. J.P. Drown Trucking
Martin's Bakery
Kendall's Garage
James Bowering & Sons Ice, Coal, Wood, & Grain
Recreation Bowling & Billiard Parlor
Gonic Garage Oldsmobile Sales & Service
Boivin's Garage
Alphonse Lanoix Brick Manufacturer
Frost & Hartford Meats & Provisions
Farmer Motor Sales (Chevrolet)
Dickinson & Son Painters
Phillip Hubbard / Feineman Bros. Mitchell's Garage Studebaker Sales & Service
Ubald Beaulieu Meats, Groceries, & Provisions
Heiney's Lunch
Red Front Cafe
United Box & Lumber Company
Murdock & Arthur, Inc. Ford Cars, Trucks, & Tractors
Tumble Inn Good Eats
J.B. Young Trucking
Gideon Lapierre Grocery, Meat, & Provisions
Dr. H.E. Copeland
Dr. Alfred Desmarais
Dr. A.C. Foster
Dr. C.S. Copeland
Dr. W.T. Roy
Dr. E.W. Gayer
Dr. J.J. Morin
Walter N. Morrison Co. Machine Repair & Mill Supplies
C.E. Newcomb Trucking
Henry Higson Welding & Cutting
Harry R. Foss Wood & Coal Trucking
Cossette Brothers General Merchandise
Geo. L. Winkley Plumbing & Heating
R.M. Edgerly Funeral Home
Perreault Motor Co. FADA Radio
Colby's Lunch
The Downey Flake Doughnut Shoppe
Gonic Manufacturing Company
The Public National Bank
Rochester Trust Company
Carl E. Appleby Office Equipment
Cora Nichols Nestle Circuline Shop
Mi Lady Shoppe
Willis Pease Salt Fish, Oysters, & Clams
E. Dexter Foss Painting & Paper Hanging
Cleaves' Jewelry Store
Thomas Labbe Taxi Service
F.E. Small Insurance & Real Estate
The National Cafe
Marchand's Barber Shop
Buck's Barber Shop
George A Rowe Antiques
Creteau Battery Station
Public Cash Market
John Emerson Shoe Co. Phillips' Garage
Studley Box & Lumber Co.
Potvin's Garage Nash Sales & Service
The Record Press
Fownes Mfg. Co. Wyandotte Worsted Company
Cocheco Woolen Manufacturing Company
and many more.........

The booklet measures about 6" x 9". It is in good condition with overall age discoloration and a vertical center fold.

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Old Rochester, N.H. City Opera House Advertising Program Booklet

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