Immerse yourself in the rich history of Saginaw Street in Flint, Michigan, with our wonderful canvas print.
Transporting you back to the 1940s, this genuine color photograph captures the essence of the 300-block of S Saginaw St, featuring The Rialto Theatre at number 308. Witness the cinematic offerings of the time, including classics like "Raffles" (first released 1939) and "A Lady Takes a Chance" (1943).
Delve into the nostalgia of a bygone era, as our canvas print encapsulates the transformation of The Rialto Theatre, renamed Theatre Royal in 1961, and later evolving into a unique chapter in its history. Explore the surroundings with glimpses of Fred's Jewelers, Betty's Dress Shop, Army Surplus (at number 312) and Blocks Jewelers, all frozen in time.
Revel in the authenticity of our prints – genuine 1940s color photos, not colorized. Old Color Images invites you to adorn your space with a piece of history, ready to evoke memories and spark conversations. Embrace the past through the lens of our meticulously preserved photographs, each telling a unique story.
Our high-quality prints are available in 5 different sizes, providing you with options to suit your space perfectly. Enjoy the added benefit of free worldwide delivery.
Our fade-resistant canvas prints are meticulously attached to a ¾” (19mm) thick wood frame, ensuring both durability and visual appeal. Unlike paper, canvas is a robust material that eliminates the need for framing or glass, making our prints ready to hang.