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Apparently the building was sold last December.
1956 photo courtesy of the Dirty Old Boston Facebook page.
Undated photo added courtesy of the Old School Boston Facebook page.
1968 photo added courtesy of Bill Kelder.
Facebook link to a painting of the Hiway Theatre by Michael Riley-Hill Art & Design.
1960 photo added courtesy of Mase Mason.
1984 photo added credit David M. Feller.
Ah, thanks for the clarification.
1907 & 1908 photos added, credit Underwood & Underwood and the Edison Company.
(Courtesy of J.J. Sedelmaier)
Both have marquees that read “Lew Fields Herald Square Theatre”.
So it must have changed ownership or management at that time.
Article about the Grand, with a photo from 1944 as well as current interior shots.
Another from Mark Susina, circa 1976.
1959 photo added courtesy of the Retro Quad Cities Facebook page. “The Five Pennies” starring Danny Kaye on the marquee. Released June 18, 1959, so likely that Winter or early `60.
This Laird Scott photo is the January 20th 1961 showing of the 1957 version of “Don Quixote”.
2001 photo added courtesy of the Tennessee Back Roads Facebook page.
Also the photo in JackCoursey’s 2006 comment is indeed the same Court Theatre as this one.
And the city in the Flickr link was updated 10 years ago.
Mid `50’s photo added courtesy of the Tennessee Back Roads Facebook page.
1975 photo added credit Bruce Richmond.
Undated photo added courtesy of the Robert’s World Facebook page.
This one has the proper credit, so I will delete the earlier one.
1974 photo added credit Spencer Grant.
1960 photo added courtesy of Mark MacDougal.
1958 photo added courtesy of Jeff Davies.
1939 photo added credit Sun Sentinel Archives.
1909 postcard added courtesy of Cherie Calm Frye.
The 5th building in was either torn down or refaced to become the Hoyburn Theatre by 1914.