Marquees Along Main Street, McAllen, Texas

Main Street in 1954 with the Palace and Queen Theatres.

 

Texas (Medium)

From back of postcard:
“Main Street of McAllen, Texas, nick-named The City of Palms. McAllen is known throughout the nation for its warm winters and plentiful sunshine. Actual weather bureau figures prove it to be one of the coolest summer vacation areas.
“McAllen was founded in 1904 when 4000 acres were set apart from the John McAllen ranch.”

 

Postcard is part of the Theatre Talks Collection, please ask permission to copy and/or use.
At least give credit to source. We know that some people will not honor this but it would be nice of they did.

Cezar Del Valle is the author of the Brooklyn Theatre Index, chosen 2010 Best Book of the Year by the Theatre Historical Society.

He is available for theatre talks and walks in 2014, historical societies, libraries, senior centers, etc.

2 thoughts on “Marquees Along Main Street, McAllen, Texas

  1. Hi,

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