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Yes I’m aware, thank you. I added one more from Tim Paske of his father out front. He had private messaged me on Facebook.
Photo credit should be Pete Lekousis, 1973.
Photo is from 1939.
The photo is from 1939. That is Tim Paske’s father as an usher.
Just added 2 photos as the Pussycat. Previous links including them may have been dead.
FYI, I was waiting for permission to post those. So I could credit the original source and share his story.
Photo credit on this should be changed to Vivian Maier. It was part of the famous collection of negatives that were bought at an auction.
FYI. Just added a neat, rare handbill from 1968 to the Photos Section. Originally posted to the Chicago Old Town in the 1960’s Facebook page.
Just added a 1927 photo.
Drive-Ins.com states the Skyway Drive-In Theatre had 1 screen and a 600 car capacity. The zip code was 44644.
This website has the history and other photos of the Scarboro Theatre.
Correction: Original source UTSA Libraries Special Collections.
Harlandale Theater, 5629 S. Flores, 1937. (MS 355: Z-1216-D-1)
Photo copyright & credit goes to them.
Address was 5629 S. Flores.
A Google search of Harlandale Theater San Antonio will bring up a great 2012 UTSA link called The Top Shelf by Tom Shelton with the original photo I just posted, as well as other theaters of the era.
Just added a 1937 photo of the Harlandale Theater.
I just re-added the May 1949 flood photo.
Courtesy of the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
I just added a 1941 photo of the Monogram Theater. Courtesy of the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
Spelling correction “AmeriCar The Beautiful”…
I just added a Free Pass image to the photos section. It applied to both the Aardvark and the Festival up North on Sheridan. Image courtesy of Bill West.
I just added a Free Pass image in the photos section. It was for both the Festival and Aardvark down on Wells Street in Pipers Alley. Image courtesy of Bill West.
I just added a color 1964 photo from the “A Hard Day’s Night” premiere, courtesy of the Vintage Point Facebook page.
Just added a photo of the Theatorium, though it was labeled as 1907.
It is located at 103 Joy Street, Sevierville TN, 37862, and is currently home to BJ’s Florist and the Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministry Thrift Store. Google Dolly’s Hometown Tour via BarzMedia.com for more history.
According to the copy by the granddaughter of the owners, the building is still located on Joy Street. Her description is under her photo of the Pines Theatre that I just posted.
Was located in the Maple Building which is still standing across from the Mountain Mall. According to the Vintage Photos of Sevier County, TN Facebook page.
Was located in the Maples Building which still stands across from the Mountain Mall, according to the Vintage Photos of Sevier County, TN Facebook page.