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1944 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Circa 1985 photo added courtesy of Jerri Walker.
Circa 1915 photo added courtesy of Stephen Gennerich.
1926 photo added courtesy of Stephen Gennerich.
1944 photo as the Nevada Theater added courtesy of Stephen Gennerich.
This history via Phillip L. Sublett:
The Tower Theater (formerly the Scott Motors Building, the largest auto showroom in Nevada), was open from July 3, 1941, to May 20, 1959, on property leased from Onslow S. Dodd’s Ryland estate.
Read more about the Dodd-Ryland properties here:
1930’s photo added courtesy of Stephen Gennerich.
Link with photos of the progress of the renovations.
1968 photo added courtesy of Theo Tersteeg.
1958 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
August 2016 demolition photo added, photo credit James Marsh.
1940 photo added, can be enlarged here.
1940 photo can be enlarged here.
I thought the facade may have been changed.It didn’t match the other 2 Gatlinburg theatres.I’ll go ahead and delete it.
Late 30’s photo added, photo credit Vintage Everyday website below.
Monday’s 90th Anniversary Flyer added to Photo Section.
It has the day’s itinerary and phone number for tickets.
Also available on the link below.
Possible Cherokee Theatre photo added, circa 1959.
Identified as Gatlinburg on the AmeriCar The Beautiful FB page.
Article about the pending demolition and an effort to save it.
History on their website here.
Better version of the August 1964 photo added via Bob Russell. Originally posted in a comment in 2010 from a magazine or newspaper.
Undated photo added courtesy of Doug Simmons.
Good shot of the roof mounted signage.
This is interesting.
I added a 1908 photo of a prior Logan Theatre.
Located at 2164 N. Milwaukee, changed to 2564 N. Milwaukee during the 1909 Chicago Street Re-Numbering Plan.
Photo courtesy of the Logan Square Preservation Facebook page.
I don’t know if it was a film or live theatre.
But it would deserve it’s own page if it was.
Newspaper photo from 1948 aded.
Though it implies 1938.
Courtesy of Steven Ross.
1940 photo added courtesy of William Haupt III.
Circa 1956 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Not the best quality, but the building and marquee is visible on the left.