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More comprehensive history at this link:
Historic & modern photos:
Large historic photo at this link:
Listing should be updated to Italian Renaissance style. P. Thornton Marye, architect. 4 stories. Concrete slab foundation. Flat ceramic roof. Restored in the 1980s to its original appearance.
Library of congress has great photos:
then type in: HABS, PA,46-BALA,2- in the search box
Homepage at this link:
Beautiful photos at this link:
Click on photos to expand them.
Yet more recent color photos and some history at this link:
Old photos & misc info at this link:
Photo on this link:
Newer photo about halfway down on this link:
small current picture at the top of this link:
Great photos here:
Link for photos:
You should add the theaters that you mention above. I know that some aren’t posted yet. (PS I am not sure which Boyd you are referencing). Put in what you know and I’m sure the researchers out there will add more information.
The Tampa theater has a working backlit “sky”. Sit in the balcony for the experience.
Two recent small (and non expandable) photos are at the bottom of this link:
PS I wish I knew about the free tours of this theater a few months ago when I went to a show at Loews!
Great photos at this link:
Current photos at this link (click each to expand):
Old photos & postcard at this link, which shows the transformation over the years:
Note that the original theatre name was Helig.
Here is a link to some photos and history:
Old photos at this link:
Old postcard at this link:
Style should be updated to Spanish.
Many photos at this link:
Theatre was builit in 1920 and originally had a swimming pool in the basement.
Photos and organ information at this link: