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Here is a 2011 link with the various places the stone faces from the Garrick ended up, scattered around the city. Copy & Paste to view.
More images here. Copy & Paste to view.
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Other images here. Copy & Paste to view.
Added image. Palace sign in 1940, photo courtesy of the RockfordReminisce.com Facebook page.
1942 photo added credit RockfordReminisce.com Facebook page.
2 photos added.
June 14, 1972 photo added to Photo’s Section of first concert at the Tower. Dave Mason & Buzzy Linhart.
Photo via 11/20/14 link below, though the photo date is from Wikipedia.
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I have Shorpy on Facebook, and it just popped up.
Added to Photos Section a 1949 photo credit John M. Fox, via the Shorpy Photo Archive.
The original link also has a View Full Size feature.
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1942 photo added, courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Below is the Google Street View that shows the Grand structure has been hollowed out, with only the facade remaining.
Below link has an image of a print ad.
Lewiston Drive-In Theatre was the full name.
Closed in 1985.
Below link from 07/08/85 has article on trailer park development of the property.
Auditorium demolition photos added.
Photo credit Nitram242 Photography.
Just added a 1967 Lenny Bruce film print ad courtesy of Bob Greenhouse.
Film-Makers' Cooperative is listed.
I couldn’t find the Cinematheque or Village Theatre mentioned, to add it to their pages.
If anyone knows the names those theatres are listed under on CT, post here and I will add it to them.
1960’s photo added, credit The LIFE Images Collection / Getty Mickey Pfleger.
Here is a recent Facebook album of 30+ photos, some of vinatge equipment.
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Added July 1966 photo and copy courtesy of Dean Fields.
The gala grand opening of the Cinema Chatsworth on Devonshire at Mason. The theater opened with the premier of Arabesque starring Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren (they were to make a personal appearance). The Chatsworth HS Marching Band and Majorettes were the entertainment in a street parade.
4 images added to Photos Section.
Just added an old sign in the alley behind Exchange Street. Photo courtesy of Richard Wallace.
One exterior photo in below link. Copy & Paste to view.
1945 photo added courtesy of Britt E. Towery Jr. via below website.
September 1923 photo added courtesy of Kenneth McIntyre.
Correction, September 1923.
Marquee on the right.