Advertisement for the Grand Theatre, Bellows Falls, Vermont, Nov. 3, 1915

Collection Type

  • Ephemera





You can find this within

Browse Collection


A flyer, postmarked November 3, 1915, for the Grand Theatre in Bellows Falls, Vermont advertises the slate of new motion pictures for the week of Monday, November 6 through Saturday, November 11, 1915. On each day, a feature film and one or two short films are to be shown: Monday, "The Eternal Sappho", starring Theda Bara, with a Pathe Newsreel and comedy short; Tuesday, "Mr. Goode the Samaritan", starring DeWolf Hopper, with the third chapter of the serial, "The Secret of the Submarine"; Wednesday, "The Making of Maddaline", staring Edna Goodrich, with the Keystone comedy, "Ambrose's Cup of Woe"; Thursday, "Little Pal", starrng Mary Pickford, with chapter one of the serial, "The Crimson Stain Mystery", featuring Maurice Costello and Ethel Grandin; Friday, "The Wild Olive", starring Myrtle Stedman, with a Burton Holmes travelogue; and Saturday, "The Market of Vain Desire", starring H. B. Warner, with the Keystone comedy, "Hearts and Sparks".

Opened in 1910, G. W. Kimball owned the theater and leased it to H. DeMotte Perry. The theater hosted vaudeville acts and movies. The theater was destroyed in a fire on January 19, 1920.


Descriptive Terms

motion pictures (visual work)
motion picture theaters
fliers (printed matter)

Physical Description

1 advertisement

Collection Code


Collection Name

Ephemera collection

Reference Code



Bellows Falls (Windham county, Vermont)

Record Details

Material Type

fliers (printed matter)

Other People

Pickford, Mary, 1892-1979
Bara, Theda, 1885-1955
Hopper, De Wolf, 1858-1935

Description Level


Historical/Biographical Note


Collins, Anne L. "Bellows Falls, Saxtons River, and Westminster: A History of Vermont's Most Beloved River Communities", 31.