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App-The-06-007.pdf
This equipment list dated October 15, 1948, offers a parts listing for the SH-7500 Reproducer in Western Electric's Motiograph Mirrophonic Sound System. It is not known if this sound system was used at the Appalachian Theatre or the Pastime Theatre.

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This cover letter from J. Tylee Wilson of the Governor's Business Council on the Humanities to C. J. Hayes of the Appalachian Theatre acknowledges the theater's nomination for a Governor's Business Award in the Arts and Humanities. The letter…

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This certificate signed by J. Tylee Wilson of the Governor's Business Council of the Arts and Humanities documents the Appalachian Theatre's nomination for the award in 1983

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This award to the Appalachian Theatre, signed by Hadley M. Wilson, mayor of Boone, and Kent Robinson, the town's chairperson of the Community Appearance Commission, offers recognition for renovations completed at the Appalachian Theatre.

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This unsigned, carbon typescript dated February 13, 1970, which was probably intended for publication in a trade magazine, explains a birthday postcard promotion run by the Appalachian Theatre in parternship with a local bank and insurance company.

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This postcard, designed in early 1970, featured a view of the Appalachian Theatre's front elevation as part of a birthday promotion in partnership with Coe Insurance and Realty Company, the theater's neighbor to the east, and the Northwestern Bank,…

App-The-06-001.jpg
This image of the Appalachian Theatre front elevation was shot in either late 1969 or early 1970 for use in a birthday promotion in partnership with Coe Insurance and Realty Company, the theater's neighbor to the east, and the Northwestern Bank, the…

App-The-05-016.jpg
This slide image shows the entrance and facade of the Appalachian Soda Shoppe in the Appalachian Theatre building from a position looking southwest. This is undated by likely dates to the late 1980s or early 1990s.

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This four-page brochure, likely printed by the studio and distributed to the Appalachian Theatre with its imprint, purported to tell young women what they should and should not do when going to see the film Where the Boys Are. The movie was somewhat…

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This small poster printed on a thin sheet of paper promotes the crossadvertising scheme of the B. W. Stallings Jewelry Co. and the Appalachian Theatre to offer a Diamond Hunt to theater patrons. Ticketholders were given an envelope with a small…
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