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1945 photo added via Jeff Warmington.
Original wider marquee.
Sorry I don’t.The Vogue was before my time.
Two images added.
Circa 1960 photo added credit Online Archive of California, via Hemmings Motor News link below.
Here is the full link with extra interior pics of the Gaumont’s conversion to a night club and/or retail.
Current use is as The Winner Community Church.The facade has been covered with vertical siding.Google street view is from October 2015.
Circa 1942 photo added via David Shedlock.
The only photos of the Vogue so far are those in Photos between Overview and Comments under the theatre name at the top of the page.
The Guild Theatre was the one you are thinking of on Sheridan between Broadway and Pine Grove.
It has it’s own page under Nearby Theaters on the right above under Additional Info.
Here is the link to the Guild’s page with only one photo.
1927 image added via Larry Rose.
Silent western film “Drums Of The Desert” on the Utopia marquee.
1946 photo added via Christopher Nagel.
Undated photo added courtesy of Paddy Stockand Harwell.
Eddie & the Ecclectics under the Brook marquee.
Taller version of previously posted photo.
Mid `50s photo added courtesy of Mase Mason.
Circa 1959 photo added.
Marquee is blank and the blade sign is missing neon.
1958 photo added credit Peoria Public Library.
1939 Grand Opening photo added courtesy of Frank Larkin, via Local History Collection, Peoria Public Library.
1969 photo added courtesy of Frank Larkin, via Local History Collection, Peoria Public Library.
Shorpy link with a 1949 photo.
Be sure to click on View Full Size.
Courtesy of Tim Reid, original photographer unknown.
Blizzard of 1956 photo added via of Neil Marsolek.
Art Deco apartment inside Radio City with photos.
Marquee being removed today.
Ha, I didn’t catch that.
Had my contacts in for 10 hours…