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The address needs to be updated to 126 Main St. The building is still standing.
The address in the header needs to be changed to 611 instead of 6011 Central Ave. W
Their display ads read 74XX M. 32
From an Article titled “Lost Stillwater”
Another outstanding building in downtown Stillwater that is no more was the AuditoriumTheatre on South Second Street.The plans for the Auditorium were drawn by the firm of Kinney & Detweiler ofMinneapolis and the local construction firm of O.H. Olsen was the company to build it.The grand opening of the Auditorium took place on January 27, 1906 when the comedy play of “Piff, Paff, Pouf” took the stage. In 1919 the first motion picture was shown at the Auditorium. It was a 10-reel version of “Shepherd of the Hills,” and from then on movies could be seen at the theatre. During July 1939, the theatre was closed for two days while a new sound system was installed. As time went on, the building began to show its age. By the early 1970s, structural problems along with declining attendance made it hard to keep the building open. Though many people tried very hard to keep the Auditorium going [there was even a plan to makeit into an evangelism center] the condition of the building made its closing inevitable. The headline of the November 10, 1976 issue of the Stillwater Gazette said it all: “Auditorium Theatre to be Razed.” The Battle Wrecking Company of Minneapolis was to begin demolition of the building on November 13 and be completed by the week of November 28th
The header address is correct.
Google & Microsoft maps it fine with the address I gave. Their display ads list the address at 5900 W. Highweay 80 also.
Was this ever a motion picture theatre?
Your 10102 So. Main puts it at S. Main & Rand Blvd. where Carolines Diner and Subway Are. Tar Heel Dr. is farther down the road.
Their opening ad just says Sky View Drive-In Theatre.
Opened Dec. 11, 1987.
Initially opened on Dec. 11, 1987, so it has some years under its belt. After 25 years you would think they would do someting to bring it up to standards.
Admission 1.75 Matinees, 4.50 Evenings
Opened December 14, 2005.
Chris,the National Theatre is right next door to the Alhambra Theatre.
I think that Nick meant the drive-in closed i 1987.
Header need to be changed to Sky-View. Their display ads give the 7200 Hartman addresss and others gaive 72nd & Hartman.
Google & Microsoft maps it with the address in the header.
Division and Highway 61 are one and the same.
Drive name should be changed to State Twin Drive-In.
It maps fine on Microsoft and Google with ther address in the header. US 12 and Chicago Rd are oe in the same.
A 1982 Terra Server map shows the entrance to the drive-in on Highway 62 pretty much where the entrance to WalMart is on 62.
Thanks for the link to the Wiki page.
Chris, there was information on the Gay theatre page that pertained to this Parliment, but it seems that Ken erased all of the info. I know that I had the photo on the wrong page and that is gone but some of the Parliment info should have been moved to this page.