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Old Park Theatre advertisement on the wall. “East Side West Side” on the Montana marquee, was released 12/22/49. The Park Theatre had already burned down 3 months earlier almost to the day.
1949 photo added of the Montana Theater with an old Park Theatre advertisement on the wall.
“East Side West Side” on the Montana marquee, was released 12/22/49. The Park Theatre had already burned down 3 months earlier almost to the day.
1949 photo courtesy of Dave Byrne.
1926 photo added, photo credit C. Owen Smithers Sr.
Accodring to the history in the below link, it was the Temple, Fox, Bow, Fox again, and finally Mother Lode.
It was also called the Bow Theatre in the late `50’s, photo added courtesy of Copper City .Com Facebook page.
And it was the Fox in 1932, photo credit Smithers added.
Both Fox and Bow should be added as AKA’s.
1979 Chrysler 300, 1 of 3,811 built.
This link about the history of the nearby Automat may be of interest of some.It also had a rendering of the intersection.
This link about the history of the neighboring Automat may be of interest of some.It also had a rendering of the intersection.
1966 print ad, 1944 & 1957 photos added.
May 21-26 1928 print ad for Clarco Theatre.
E.G. Henson Manager.
Lower R/H corner.
2015 print ad added.
Richard Nickel on far left.
Image added courtesy of Gerri Wever Apostolos.
1978 line to purchase Bruce Springsteen tickets.
Here is the 2006 article that utilized the photos in kencmcintyre’s 05/01/06 post.
Mid `60’s Demlinger Photograph added.
Original 1969 marquee photo and copy added courtesy of Father Dennis Morrow.
“A Redstone theater, this drive-in eventually had two screens: Cascade Red and Cascade Blue. For many years, even after the theater itself closed, it was the site of the Woodland Drive-In Church.”
04/05/63 photo added courtesy of Steven Regulus.
December 1954 photo added, photo and caption credit Chicago Transit Authority Historical Collection.
2015 photo added credit Jack Gazelle.
I added the 1930 file photo courtesy of Indy Star.
In case the March 2009 link goes dead.
Original interior details in photos in below link.
1914 photo can be taken to Full Resolution in the below Placography website.
Undated photo added, photo credit Ralph Greenhill.
1932 photo added courtesy of Tom Johnson.
So it was at least open that early.
Marquee image with Grand Opening film posters added courtesy of The Last Remaining Seats Facebook page.