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Theatre opened 23 December 1914.
Theatre opened 15 January 1921 and the Eberson remodel was done in 1939.
Building has recently been sold to developers and it looks like it may be demolished.
I believe the architect was Leon Cubberley.
Architects were Jack Liebenberg and Seeman Kaplan.
This was not a new theatre.Alterations and additions were done to this theatre over a period of ten weeks by John and Drew Eberson.
Found information on this theatre originally opening in 1913 and it closed on 31 Jan 1959.In Feb 1959 it was sold to the First National Bank.
During my recent visit to THS archives in Chicago I found an article confirming W.Scott Dunne as the architect of this theatre.
Theatre was atmospheric in design and the architect was W.Scott Dunne.
This theatre is listed in the 1945 Theatre Catalog as currently being built by John and Drew Eberson.
This theatre opened 25 November 1907 and the architects were John A.
Schwalm and C.S.Rothleder.
Joe they also built Harris Theatre in 1938 on site of the former Alvin Theatre.
This theatre is also listed in the John and Drew Eberson archives at the Wolfsonian in Florida as having alterations around 1944.
The 1948/49 Theatre Catalog lists the architects as James J.Murno and Warner-Leeds Associates.
This theatre is listed in the 1948/49 Theatre Catalog as a new cinema.The architect was Donald J. Monson.
Architects were Lathrop and Gillam.
The architects were John J Zink and F L W Moeble.
The architects name was George Becker.
This theatre was featured in the 1948/49 theatre catalog.It had 908 seats on opening and the architect was Erwin G Frederick.
According to information from THEATRE CATALOG 1948/49 the JP HARRIS Theatre was built on the site of the old Alvin Theatre.It opened in 1938 and the architects were John and Drew Eberson.
Sorry theatre opened 25 December 1937.
Theatre opened 1938 and the architects were John and Drew Eberson.
This theatre was designed by John and Drew Eberson and would have opened in the late 1940’s.
John Eberson remodelled this theatre around 1925.
The architects were John and Drew Eberson.