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This was the Studio in 1981.
5258 S. Avalon maps to the same location as the address above.
Another photo can be seen here.
This is a close-up shot of the Capitol.
Here is a recent night photo.
The Bellevue Theater did have a Wurlitzer organ opus 442 style 185 installed in 1921. Last known location of the Wurlitzer organ was at Castle Gould in Sand Point, Long Island.
Here are two photos from 1949:
Another 1985 photo is here.
Here is the National Register of Historic Places registration form for the California Theater.
Here is a new link for the 1987 photo.
No stale photos here. LOL Here is a November 2009 close-up photo.
This is a November 2009 article about the River Cinema 12 and the Moore family.
The Vue Dale Drive-In was built in 1953.
This is the National Register of Historic Places nomination form for the Apollo Theater.
Chuck….This theater is a twin and screens should be changed to two.
I’ve seen the name of this drive-in spelled as Mountain Vu, Mountain Vue and Mountain View. The spelling above comes from the 1980 IMPA.
The photo is circa 1958. The address that I found for the Capitol Theater is 324 West Capitol Avenue.
Here is an undated photo of the Dorsey Theater building.
Here is a website for the Westerville 8.
A Wurlitzer organ opus 1863 was installed in the Colonial Theater in 1928. Status: Parts-some or all of the organ has been dispersed.
This site has some pictures of the building and mentions the architect Samuel Plato.
Looks like the architectural firm was Evans and Plato.
Pythian Temple and James Pythian Theater (added 1983 – Building – #83004295)
Also known as York Rite Masonic Temple
861-867 Mt. Vernon Ave., Columbus
Historic Significance: Event, Architecture/Engineering
Architect, builder, or engineer: LeVeque,L.L., Evans & Plato
Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
Area of Significance: Social History, Architecture
Period of Significance: 1925-1949
Historic Function: Recreation And Culture, Social
Historic Sub-function: Civic, Clubhouse, Theater
Current Function: Recreation And Culture, Social
Current Sub-function: Clubhouse, Theater
An undated photo can be seen here.
Here is a 2005 photo.