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Summer 1984 photo as the World added, photo credit Jacob R Clark.
1974 print ad as Q Twin-East added courtesy of Richard Thies.
Circa 1996 photo added courtesy of Ann Bordwine Beeder.
1930 photo added, photo credit Nathaniel L. Dewell, courtesy of the Nebraska State Historical Society.
1916 photo added courtesy of Steve Raglin.
Addressed should be changed to 5 North Main Street, as there is also a 5 South.
Below rental listing claims it was built in 1930, and renovated into office space in 1992.
Full size version of the previsouly posted photo added, courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
1960’s photo added courtesy of the Old Images of Philadelphia Facebook page.
Mid 50's photo added with an empty Fawn Theater marquee.
The Fawn Theater was referenced as a sponsor in the Libby High School Class of52 Tamarack yearbook.
50's photo added with an empty Fawn Theater marquee.
The Fawn Theater was referenced as a sponsor in the Libby High School Class of
October 1, 2016 photo added, credit & copyright Kim Tonry.
Three `50’s photos of Market & 12th Streets added via Paul Walton.
1960 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Gratiot Drive-In marquee is seen at the head end of this 1966 Chevrolet promo film.
1940’s photo added, contributed by Paul Petosky.
The Ector closed in June 2016.
The story was in first posted in CT’s own Breaking News section.
Here is an updated version.
2016 photo added, photo credit Terry Koenig.
2012 article about the 1st Summer Drive-In.
November 1964 photo added, photo credit John McDonough. Photo and other memorabilia added courtesy of the Wilmette Historical Museum. Items are on display there.
1950 photo credit Gordon Parks added.
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Received this message from the folks at the Craterian Theater, regarding when the Ginger Rogers name was changed.
Hello David, we had a celebration concert highlighting the name change on October 27, 2013.
Theater name should be changed to “Craterian Theater at The Collier Center for the Performing Arts”.
Don’t know when this changed happened, but the one of the photos from their Facebook page I uploaded is from January 2015.
The Ginger Rogers name has been removed from the marquee, and changed to Collier Center.
Current Craterian marquee photo added, credit the Craterian Theater Facebook page.
It appears the fight is over.
Sorry about the incorrect photo credit.
I only credited the source I had, which was the person who posted it to Facebook.
If you’d like, I can delete it and re-post it with proper credit.
Circa 1959 photo added, courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page. Color adjusted by Sándor Szentgyörgyi. Not the best quality, but the blade sign reading “Theatre” is in the center of the photo.