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Here is a construction view
Terra Cotta Advertisement
Here is a nice overall view of the building
Terra cotta detail
Here is a nice early view
Here is a nice early view of the auditorium
Here is an unusual wide view of the State-Lake building.
Additional SAIC photos: 1, 2, 3
Here is a view of the ornament.
Here is a photo of the Apollo
Here is a rendering of the Apollo
Following is a series of vintage images of the Majestic.
3, the lounges supposedly designed by a young Rapp & Rapp
Here is an interior view.
Here is an interior view
There are quite a few pictures Here and Here
Here’s a photo showing the old L-side marquee: http://schenectadystore.frontex.com/city_scenes_g25-belmont_station_of_chicago_transit_authority.people_leave_and_board_a_subway_car.a_sign_on_the_building_in_the_background_promted_the_vic_theatre_and_nelson_chevrolet._p6148.html
Dates must be wrong, Willow Creek was split into 2 screens in December 1982
It went from the Thunderbird to Century when it split in 1978, and added a third, 900 seat screen (#1) which was itself split in 1983.
Here is a night photo of the marquee in 1950. Here is a day view.
Here is a photo of the theater while serving as the Galaxia Ballroom
Here is a 1955 photo
Here is a 1955 photo of the topiary at the Esquire
Here is a 1950 photo
Here is a 1952 view