|Williamstown, MA: Adams Memorial Theatre|
Country: United States of America
Location: Williams College campus; 1000 Main Street
Theatre of Wiliams College, built 1941 by Hoyle, Cram and Ferguson. Named "Adams Memorial Theatre" in honour of John Quincy Adams (not the president, but the father of a major donor). 200 seats. 2005 major extension and renovations by William Rawn Associates, re-opened as "'62 Center for Theatre and Dance" (with two new theatre halls with 550 seats and 220 seats respectively), named after the graduation class of 1962. The original Adams Memorial Theatre is home to the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Reverse Text: "Adams Memorial Theatre, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass."|
Publisher: New England Novelty Co., Adams MA; Plastichrome; P18215
Type: Divided Back
Picture: above, left: Adams Memorial Theatre|
Front Text: "Massachusetts"
Reverse Text: "The Berkshires in Massachusetts. 1. Adams Memorial Theatre provides facilities for Williams College productions in the winter and the Williaamstown Theatre, a professional company in the summer. 2. The internationally known Bridge of Flowers, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. 3. Mt. Greylock Tower, North Adams [...]"
Publisher: Wells Enterprises, Somers CT; W99-21
Sent: from Springfield MA to Nannhausen (Germany), 1994
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