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Here is an undated postcard view of the Princess.
The year given for this photo is 1970.
It was a twin at one time so I guess that screens should be two. The architect was George H. Burrows.
Medina Masonic Temple and Medina Theater (added 2002 – Building – #02001210)
120 N. Elmwood Ave. and 139 W. Liberty St., Medina
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: Ridley and Glazier, Burrows, George Howard
Architectural Style: Classical Revival
Area of Significance: Entertainment/Recreation, Social History, Architecture
Period of Significance: 1900-1924, 1925-1949, 1950-1974
Historic Function: Recreation And Culture, Social
Historic Sub-function: Meeting Hall, Theater
Current Function: Recreation And Culture, Social
Current Sub-function: Meeting Hall, Theater
Here is a recent photo.
The Tilghman Square 8 suffered some minor damage from a fire on November 11, 2009 according to this article.
This was the building in 1982.
SiliconSam is right, the address is 335 Spring Street.
Here is a nice recent photo.
Here is a photo of the Cinema Theater.
I think the Strand might have been new build because I can’t find any theaters listed for Roscommon prior to 1940.
If this link works you should see an interior photo.
This is a nice recent photo of the Nineteenth Street Theater.
This is the National Register of Historic Places registration form for the Eureka Theater.
This is a recent photo of the Modjeska Theater.
Here is a nice close-up photo.
Another text ad.
This is a photo taken before it became the Cinema and Draft House.
Here is another 1986 photo.
Here is a 2009 photo.
Here are more 2006 photos:
This is another 2009 photo.
Here is another 2009 photo.
The 1985 IMPA lists a Paoli Drive-In at 900 North Gospel Street in Paoli, Indiana. I don’t know if we can take that address as “gospel”.
Here is a website for the Times Theater.
How interesting and theater related.