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December 1963 photo added, photo credit Richard Wojick Collection.
Pantages blade sign altered to read “Cleopatra”.
Circa 1983 photo added courtesy of Phillip Goodwin.
FYI, another local piece.
1959 photograph added, photo credit Ed Roseberry.
Circa 1954 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Here is the Facebook page and website dedicated to the Terrace.
The Faceboook page has recent photos of the salvaged marquee letters.
Just caught a glimpse of the Optic in a 1981 episode of “Hill Street Blues” titled “Hearts and Minds”.
Circa 1974 photo added courtesy of Michael Schuman.
2008 & 2015 photos added.
Facade has been restored.
Apparently it was originally an indoor pool.
2014 article about it;s then upcoming renovation.
Carol Theatre Facebook page below.
Demolition video and saving of the sign.
Address should be corrected to read 10860 W. Pico Blvd.
Evidence is in the image posted 04/17/15.
The Earl Carroll just got landmark status.
Thanksgiving Day Nov. 29, 1956 photo added.
Houston premiere of “Love Me Tender”.
Photo credit Houston Chronicle photographer Bob Verlin.
It appears they had an unsuccessful Go Fund Me campaign 2 years ago. Not much else about it on searches.
Undated photo added, taken from the Lark Theatre website.
Correction on the date.
June 1955 according to this 6/23/55 Tribune “Tower Ticker” column about the unveiling of the 50 foot Monroe display.
Facebook page for the current tenant, Fais Do-Do Cafe.
It has some video of the interior in the comments.
This 2013 link has two photos of the Colquitt.
1970 photo by James Wolcott.
It was renamed the New Evanston sometime prior to December 5th, 1925.
Print ad from that date added via David Floodstrand.
1944 photo added, photo credit Gordon Coster-Getty Images.
Paris Theater directly behind the Billiards sign.
1968 photo added credit Felix Lenox.
August 1960 photo and a 1933 print story added about it’s use as a radio station.
Via George Thomas Apfel.
Built in 1932.The building housed the studios of Las Vegas' 1st radio station KGIX in the 1930’s.
June 25, 1933 owner J.M. Heaton struggled to keep the station on the air. Heaton was Agent for the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad.
This link has a version of the 1941 photo that can bee enlarged.
1937 photo as the Newsreel Theatre added.
13th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Photo credit Walter Kelleher.