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The Cine Theater is located in a historic district in Linton. This information comes from the National Register of Historic Places:
“Bob and Lawrence Scherer, proprietors, hired Chicago architects Erwin G. Frederick and John T. Fritz in 1938 to build the Cine. To fit the 850 seat theater on the site, the owners and architects were forced to demolish two buildings and the back halves of the surviving buildings to the north. The Main Street bays serve as lobby and entryway, and the auditorium portion is positioned ninety degrees to the front section, extending north from the back of the Main Street section”.
Here is a 2009 photo. To the right of the theater entrance is or was a barber shop. The address given for the barber shop is 102 S. Main St. The theater entrance should be around 104 S. Main Street.
Here is a November 2009 article about the State Theater.
Here is a more recent photo.
I like ads.
Another photo of the Apollo can be seen here.
This is another 2009 photo of the Princess.
Joe….The Jewel was operating as an adult theater in this 1982 photo.
The Water Winter Wonderland site has a number of photos of the Jewel Theater. I thought it best to let you post that link.
Ads and fire stories. Two of my favorites.
Another nice photo can be seen here.
Some of those links don’t last very long Mike. At least I got the 1924 year right. :)
This was the building in 1982 and a more recent photo can be found here.
This is a 2009 close-up shot.
Here is a 2009 photo.
The New Lyric was built in 1921 and for some reason it was remodeled in 1922. The 1922 architects were William Dubois and Leon Goodrich. National Register of Historic Places registration form
Here are two more 1982 photos:
Here is an October 2009 photo.
This was the building in 1985.
Didn’t it get dark early back in the 1950s? LOL
Nice catch Mike. Would you know if that ad is for the Yucca in Midland, Texas?
Here is a night photo.
A 2009 photo can be seen here.
This is a recent photo.