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1977 ghost sign photo added, photo credit Ted Wright.
Undated marquee photo as Hammond Outdoor Theatre 41, added courtesy of Ron Ericksen.
Name needs to be changed to the Ellis, and address needs to be changed to 932 as noted in the DNA article.
When I have time I will add a listing for the demolished Shakespeare Theatre. Unless someone else wants to.
Also the 1969 photo I added had this description.
January 1969 photo & copy credit The Lansing Journal.
New owner William Mallers took over. They remodeled some of the interior and they starrted showing “First Runs” of older movies
To be converted into a music venue.
The Lans had a a pre-opening event on January 28, 1947.
An image of the invite has been added to the Photos Section, courtesy of the Lansing Historical Society.
So the Overview should be changed to Opened January 28,1947.
1965 photo added courtesy of Brian Pearson.
August 1954 photo added courtesy of Lansing Historical.
1973 Tribune photo by Quentin C. Dodt in the link below.
Is there a link to the website mentioned at the end of the Overview?
Famed photographer Russell Lee took a series of photos in 1939 in the market area of San Antonio.
Some have a theatre, and what may be the arcade mentioned in the Overview.
Circa 1960 photo as the Crystal, photo credit the Passion Fifties Facebook page.
Also the current Google Street View shows the Club Soda name to have been removed from the blade sign.
Circa 1960 photo as the Midway Theatre added, photo credit the Passion Fifties Facebook page.
This history via Rome’s website.
1949 photo & circa 1976 print ad added courtesy of the Rockford Rocked Facebook page.
Circa 1999/2000 photo added, photo credit Cat Murray.
Summer 1984 photo as the World added, photo credit Jacob R Clark.
1974 print ad as Q Twin-East added courtesy of Richard Thies.
Circa 1996 photo added courtesy of Ann Bordwine Beeder.
1930 photo added, photo credit Nathaniel L. Dewell, courtesy of the Nebraska State Historical Society.
1916 photo added courtesy of Steve Raglin.
Addressed should be changed to 5 North Main Street, as there is also a 5 South.
Below rental listing claims it was built in 1930, and renovated into office space in 1992.
Full size version of the previsouly posted photo added, courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
1960’s photo added courtesy of the Old Images of Philadelphia Facebook page.
Mid 50's photo added with an empty Fawn Theater marquee.
The Fawn Theater was referenced as a sponsor in the Libby High School Class of52 Tamarack yearbook.
50's photo added with an empty Fawn Theater marquee.
The Fawn Theater was referenced as a sponsor in the Libby High School Class of
October 1, 2016 photo added, credit & copyright Kim Tonry.