Pickwick Theatre Park Ridge Tea Towel by Polar Bare Bath
The theater was named in 1928 by the mayor of Park Ridge, William H. Malone I, for the title character Samuel Pickwick in Dickens' novel The Pickwick Papers.
The Pickwick opened as a vaudeville stage and movie theatre. It is widely recognized for its marquee and 100-foot tower, which appeared in the opening credits of At the Movies
Great for gift giving!
A uniform 27" x 27" square, 130 thread count, heavyweight old fashioned flour sack dish towel hemmed on all sides. 100% cotton.
Cold wash; dry on low heat.