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Historic Memphis Beale Street. Every high school girl in town had pictures made at The Blue Light at least once. Six high quality black and whites for $5.00.

midsouthmemories: This rare photo depicts a parade for W. C. Handy along Beale Street during the dedication of Handy Park in 1931. It’s rather remarkable because it shows 3 Beale Theatres - The Palace at 324 Beale, The Grand at 330-32 Beale, and the New Grand-(Metropolitan-Venus at 336 Beale. The Grand and New Grand were demolished around 1940 to build the @NewDaisyTheatre. @BealeStreetMphs @WCHandy #Memphis #Tennessee #History Source: historic-memphis.com

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