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The Oriel Theatre can be seen on the right side of this 1948 photo.
According to this article, the Rex Theater opened in October of 1914.
It probably is. You can link to it, but your not supposed to copy or remove it without permission. That is the reason that they only show you a thumbnail version.
Rialto Theatre circa 1921.
Published on April 18, 1928.
The 2009 comment that contained links to the 1984 American Classic photos of the Center Theater appears to have vanished. Here are new links.
A photo of the Gold Theatre is in the photo section.
Gold Theatre circa 1913 courtesy of the Brooklyn Public Library.
Shea’s Hippodrome 1915.
Traco Theater circa 1913.
Courtesy of the Tacoma Public Library.
The Majestic Theatre in Utica, New York is listed in the 1938 Film Daily Yearbook as closed with 1,000 seats.
Its still closed and now the building is for sale. Details are here.
Strand Theatre 1916.
Photo is courtesy of the Carbondale Historical Society.
Diana Palace Cinema circa 1942.
Every newspaper that I have found this theatre mentioned in, spells the name as Riviera. It is also advertised as the Riviera. Check the photo section for an ad. However you choose to spell the name, it opened on December 1, 1921.
Published on December 4, 1921.
“1963” was a typo. If you click on the link in that same comment, it states that this drive-in opened on July 1, 1953. In 2007 I linked to a 1954 photo, so I wouldn’t intentionally give an opening year of 1963. Last month I uploaded an article from April of 1953 about the Shirley Drive-In.
Carlton Theatre 1913.
Oxford Theater circa 1913.
Columbia Theater circa 1913.
Columbia Theatre circa 1914.
Courtesy of the Denver Public Library.