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As the Holiday, 1955 photo added via Al Ponte’s Time Machine-New York Facebook page.
1955 photo added via Al Ponte’s Time Machine-New York Facebook page
1955 photo added via Al Ponte’s Time Machine-New York Facebook page.
2 photos added.
Also here is another link with some additional history, but the embedded link with it’s images is dead within.
However if you click ALL in the right hand column, the images will appear.
Link about the Stone Burlesk with images.
Jet Drive-In signage photo added credit Karl Peterson.
1936 book image added via Norma Gurba-Kleit.Additional history is on the image.The Lancaster book by Norma Gurba-Kleit is the source
July 1955 book image added via Norma Gurba-Kleit.
The copy states the Antelope Theatre’s opening film in 1948 was “Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House”.
Circa 1950 image added via Norma Gurba-Kleit.
1985 photo and copy added credit Sharon Westmoreland.
Photo credit LIFE Magazine.
Overview photo is from 1927.
Signage font is from the film’s title.
Five images added.
10/20/25 photo added, Granada still under construction.
Exposed trusses and water tower framework visible.
Credit J.J. Sedelmaier.
Exposed trusses still under construction.
Renovation to continue, December 2018 target opening date as music venue.
1980’s photo added.
Copy courtesy of the Nevada Armored Transport, Inc. 1946-1984 Facebook page.
When the Omnimax Theater at Caesars Palace opened in 1979 it was a transport into sight and sound. Located on the north side of the property it almost looked like a huge golf ball. The Omnimax featured laid back seating with surround sound and an overhead screen encompassing the entire range of vision. Plagued from the beginning with leaks in the screen it still lasted nearly 21 years closing in 2000.
Pictured in 1980 from the Caesars Palace Collection and shared via UNLV Libraries Digital Collections.
1999 photo added.
Entrance to the Omnimax Theater at Caesars Palace.
Photo credit Jane and Louise Wilson.
Cinematour puts the opening date as September 18, 1926.
March 14, 1930 photo added.
Premiere of “The Golden Calf” at the Fox Theatre.
More pics of the Sunshine and nine other endangered NY buildings.
Photo added as the Gayety in 1962 via Khnemu.
1967 photo added courtesy of John Wasserman.