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Analy Movie Theatre and J. C. Hobson building on North Main Street, Sebastopol, California, about 1960
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Sonoma County Library
Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--black and white: The old Analy Movie Theatre on North Main circa 1960. To the left is the J. C. Hobson building built in 1925 which housed the Art Point Studio business owed by Charles R. Myers from 1917 to 1966. The Methodist Church and bell tower are visible at the right. The P&SR railroad tracks are visible running down Main. The Analy Theater at 364 North Main Street was built in 1948 and torn down in 1974. Currently (2009) the Safeway parking lot occupies the spot where the Analy once stood. Typed label identifies the scene.
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