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1958 photo added via Al Ponte’s Time Machine-New York Facebook page.
1935 photo added courtesy of J.J. Sedelmaier.
Three circa 1979 photos added via Emir Tutundzic.
1972 photo added via Frank Thorne.
6/16/59 and two 1976 photos added of the Lyric Theatre prior to demolition of the block. Via Gary Androsky.
Photo added via Frank Thorne, likely post `60s.
1941 photo added credit Maloree Mattson.
1925 & 1963 photos added.
1981 photo added credit Gary Androsky.
Short piece about the Egyptian with photos.
Full size January 30, 1948 photo added courtesy Seattle Municipal Archives, item 41057.
Via the Vintage Seattle Facebook page.
Copy courtesy of the Vintage Seattle Facebook page.
October 18, 1953 photo added credit Werner Lenggenhager.
Courtesy The Seattle Public Library
OK, I’ll just leave it here.
I did remove my duplicate post though.
I believe this link has video of the Palace.
I’ve reached my limit of free Tribune articles for the month…
If it is the wrong Palace Theatre, let me know in a comment and I’ll delete it and add it where it belongs.
Ah, I see what you are saying.
The marquee looked wider than that to me, but you are probably correct.
Below is a link to the Facebook page for Right Way Signs of Chicago.
There are 11 photos of new interior signage they created for the theater aisle designations and the Carbon Arc Bar & Board.
The current street view shows the entrance area has been split into 3 separate storefronts.
It appears they kept whatever original pitched entryway the theatre had, on two of the storefronts.
The third had it’s interior space extended out to the sidewalk border.
Then & Now comparison photo added courtesy of Brad Cornelius.
1971 screen grab from “The French Connection” added.Marquee reads Trans-Lux West.
1971 screen grab from “The French Connection” added.Circus Cinema on the left.
1957 photo added via Shorpy website below. Image can be enlarged there.
Go-Fund-Me page for their damaged marquee.
Link to their Facebook page below that.
Photo added credit Peoria Public Library.