The KiMo Theatre, a Pueblo Deco picture palace, opened on Sept. 19, 1927. It was commissioned by the innovative Oresete Bachechi, who had envisioned a Southwestern style theater for Albuquerque
This photograph was taken by John Collier Jr. in 1943. In 1941 to 1943, Collier worked as a photographer with the Farm Securities Administration and the Office of War Information under Roy Stryker and documented many areas around the eastern U.S and northern New Mexico.
This photo is part of the Farm Securities Administration and Office of War Information Collections at the Library of Congress.
|Historical Event:||Parks and Monuments|
|Sub Event:||Historic Site Preservation|
|Origin:||Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information Photograph Collection, Library of Congress|
|Date:||February 1, 1943|
|Author:||John Collier Jr.|
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