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The Astor opened in designed by William H. Reopened May The Art Deco theatre operated . Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, Reading Pennsylvania, Lee Williams, Jerry Garcia Band, Red Skelton, Reading Pa, Historical Photos, Vintage Signs

Astor Theatre, 730-42 Penn St., Reading, PA

The Astor opened in 1928, designed by William H. Lee. Reopened May 28, 1941.(boxoffice,1941-06-07) The Art Deco theatre operated until 1975. In the late 50's it was operated by William Goldman Theaters of Philadelphia. After the Astor closed, it reopened for a short time as an X-rated movie house. Hot Tuna performed here on 11/19/76. The theater was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. Red Skelton was in Reading in early 1978 to support the…

  Irish Songs, Reading Pennsylvania, February 10, St Patrick, Nostalgia, German, Ads, Play, Night

Stars & Stripes Hotel & Saloon, 514 S 11th St, Reading, Berks, PA-owned by Tommy C Hannahoe

have up to date storefronts. Reading Pennsylvania, St Lawrence, Store Fronts, Dolores Park, Nostalgia, Street, City, Modern, Travel

On right is St Lawrence Dairy Bar and Luncheonette, 535 Penn Street, Reading, PA

  Reading Pennsylvania, The Past, Street View, Pictures, Photos, Grimm

Jeanette Shop and Grants at 5th and Penn, Reading, PA

Berks County and Reading Area History and Nostalgic pictures, articles and information. Street Mall, Street View, Reading Pennsylvania, Laurel Hill, Nostalgic Pictures, The 'burbs, Reading Pa, History Page, Real Estate Development

Berks Nostalgia | Reading Berks Americana | Page 22 of 76 | Berks County History

Berks Nostalgia is the #1 source for Berks County and Reading Area History. Take a walk down memory lane and enjoy our nostalgic content.

  Reading Pennsylvania, Multi Story Building, Street View

704 Penn St, Reading, PA - in 1969