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 of the entrance to the KiMo in 1980 by Carol Highsmith. This photo is part of the Carol Highsmith Collection at the Library of Congress.
|Historical Event:||Parks and Monuments|
|Sub Event:||Historic Site Preservation|
|Origin:||Highsmith (Carol M.) Archive, Library of Congress|
|Date:||January 1, 1980|
|Author:||Carol M. Highsmith|
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