Photographic print of artwork advertising a movie, probably used at the Tivoli Theatre and possibly done by Andrew Hill Wootten. Andy Wootten was employed as an artist at the Tivoli Theatre during the 1930s. He painted images of movie stars and scenes for upcoming attractions that were displayed in and around the Tivoli. The artwork is a portrait of Grace Moore. Above her image are the words "AN EVENT CHATTANOOGA HAS EAGERLY AWAITED!" Below her image it says "Grace Moore in 'Love Me Forever' with Leo Carrillo-Michael Bartlett." According to imdb.com, the movie premiered in 1935. Grace Moore had a Chattanooga connection, born near Newport, Tennessee, and nicknamed "The Tennessee Nightingale". She is buried in Forest Hills Cemetery in Chattanooga.