Bow Tie Historic Photos

   
Benjamin S. Moss in 1921. Benjamin S. Moss in 1921.
   
   
B.S. Moss' Franklin Theater in 1921. The Franklin was, at the
time, the newest and most luxurious vaudeville
theater in the Bronx, New York. 
B.S. Moss' Franklin Theater in 1921. The Franklin was, at the time, the newest and most luxurious vaudeville theater in the Bronx, New York.
   
A page from the 1936 opening program of B.S. Moss' Criterion Theaters, Times Square, the Theater of Tomorrow.  A page from the 1936 opening program of B.S. Moss' Criterion Theater, Times Square, the Theater of Tomorrow.
   
The Bow Tie Building, circa 1948, displaying the famous Bond Clothes mannequins, one of many famous, spectacular signs to occupy space at the Bow Tie Building, Times Square. The Bow Tie Building, circa 1948, displaying the famous Bond Clothes mannequins, one of many famous, spectacular signs to occupy space at the Bow Tie Building, Times Square.
   
Charles B. Moss, Sr. (Front Left) with Paula Moss, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in the lounge of the Criterion Theater, Times Square, New York City. Charles B. Moss, Sr. (Front Left) with Paula Moss, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in the lounge of the Criterion Theater, Times Square, New York City.
   
Charles B. Moss, Sr. and Cecil B. DeMille at the openings of
The Ten Commandments
.
Charles B. Moss, Sr. and Cecil B. DeMille at the openings of The Ten Commandments
   
The Bow Tie Building, Times Square circa 1957. The Bow Tie Building, Times Square circa 1957. 
   
Left to right: Charles B. Moss, Sr., Bobby Darin,
Charles B. Moss, Jr. circa 1960.
 
   
  The World Premiere of Ridley Scott's "Alien" at the Criterion Theater, Times Square, 1979.
   
The Bow Tie Building, New Year's Eve, 1999/2000.  

 

 
     
 

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