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Here is the 2015 link with 14 more photos from that night.
1949 photo added credit Mary Segal.
It was already The Pines by 1949, when “It’s A Great Feeling” was released, and is visible on the marquee.
Current article with pics.
I can’t answer that.
But the e-mail and phone number for the author of the above article are in the link.
Link with several partial marquee photos.
March 4, 1960 photo added courtesy of Vintage Everyday Facebook page.
Marquee behind the Howard Johnson’s.
Upcoming documentary about the Mahoning Drive-In.
Apparently not being screened there…
May 2017 Vintage Los Angeles article about the history of the Earl Carroll Theatre by Alison Martino.
A link with 11 photos of the Adams Theater.
Circa October 1950 photo added credit Springfield Rewind Facebook page.
WMAY went on the air in October 1950, and their banner is over the street.
Errol Flynn’s “Captain Blood” is part of a double feature at the Tivoli.
The Orpheum page is now added with 3 photos.
3 photos added credit McKees Rocks Historical Society Facebook page.
March 18, 1936 photo and copy added credit McKees Rocks Historical Society Facebook page.
1936 St. Patrick’s Day Flood.March 17-20 1936Lower Chartiers Avenue and the Bottoms are devastated by 46.4 ft. flood caused by heavy rain and melting snow and ice.
Circa 1940s parade photo added credit McKees Rocks Historical Society Facebook page.
Roxian in the distance, Orpheum on the right.
I am adding a CT page for the Orpheum.
Circa 1941 photo added credit McKees Rocks Historical Society Facebook page.
PDF of Jackie O and a photographer she knocked down while leaving the Rendezvous in 1969.
1931 photo added courtesy of the Retro Quad Cities Facebook page.
Three August 2004 photos in below link, credit Adam Martin Collection.
Another Shorpy link with the grand opening night photo.
Click on View Full Size.
1952 photo as the Harris Theatre added to Photos Section, courtesy of Retrographer.
Copy courtesy of Jackson-Township historical preservation Facebook page.
A parade of cars traveling Sixth Street in Downtown Pittsburgh with signs bearing “Eisenhower-Man of the Hour” and “Tell Your Missus Don’t Vote for Hisses” supporting him in the 1952 Presidential Election. This view also includes the Fulton and Harris Theatres.
March 1940 photo added credit Arthur Rothstein via Shorpy site below.
Butler Theatre on far right.
Click on “View Full Size”.
Article about the Filmarte.
1932 photo & copy added courtesy of Bill White.
Coincides with the first photo in the Marbro’s Photo Section.
Both films were released in March & April of 1932.
Armed guards loading a case of money(?) onto an International A-3 armor plated truck owned by the Brinks Express Company.