File:Astor Hotel and Astor Theatre, Manhattan.jpg
English: Hotel Astor (largest building); to its right, Astor Theatre on the northwest corner of Broadway and 45th Street; to its right, the Gaiety Building.
Astor theatre billboards and marquee announce Paid in Full, which played there from February 25 to August 15, 1908.
Left to right starting from the 45th Street corner of the theatre: the Times Square Branch of the Mechanics & Traders' Bank, a United Cigar store, the entrance (partly obscured by the marquee) to the Astor Theatre Building offices; and in the Gaiety Building: Mackintosh (florist), The Ansonia Mens Shop, Sartoris (jeweler), and an optician whose awning advertises Kodak optical goods.
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