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1950 photo added via Stumptown Blogger.
1974 photo added via Kevin-Michael Moore.
The Music Box Theatre to the right of the Fox, is neither the former Liberty Theater nor the other Music Box listed in Portland on CT.
Any ideas of what it’s former name might have been, so I can post the photo on that page too?
A link my brother found.
1950 theatre map color coded for ownership.
Photos of the Esquire, Strand & Wisconsin Theatres in below 2/11/16 link.
1958 photo added credit Bud Baker.
1941 photo added courtesy of the Jackson-Township Historical Preservation Facebook page.
Katie Pagana writes:
This threare suffered damage when a boiler underneath exploded. It happened during a mitinee for kids. My brother Pete and I awere there when the explosion occurred. It was so loud and the floor raised. We were terrified as this was our first matinee ever. I believe it happened about 1948 or 1949. We were about pre-teen at the time.
There was another Elks Theater on Brady Street in Du Bois.
I have a 1926 post card image. I will add it to CT when I can find more info on it.
July 4, 1968 print ad as Woodland Drive-In added, courtesy of the Riverside Drive-In Facebook page.
1957 photo added courtesy of the Hemmings Motor News Facebook page.
Circa 1960 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
2016 box office photo added, photo credit Jim Spizzo.
Status should be changed to Closed.
Last day of business was January 10th according to the below piece.
1928 photo as the Parthenon added, credit Chicago Tribune.
1970 photo added courtesy of Jack McCabe.
1951 photo added courtesy of the Fiftiesville Facebook page.
I believe it to be of this theater.
1950 photo added courtesy of Janeene Jennings, via the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
Lacey Street Theatre building in the background of a 1958 photo, added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
1975 photo added, photo credit & copyright Save the Signs, via their Facebook page of the same name.
1974 photo added, photo credit & copyright Save the Signs, via their Facebook page of the same name.
01/19/26 exterior photo courtesy of the Tacoma Public Library.
1925 stage photo courtesy of the Tacoma Public Library.
1944 photo added courtesy of Donald Oswald.