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Two photographs from 1961 can be found on the Library of Congress website.
Another old photo: http://fpc.dos.state.fl.us/frisbie/fr0666.jpg
Williamson Theater can be seen on the left in this photo.
According to a Maine tourism website, this is a 1930s movie theater with working player piano.
Excellent find, considering the proliferation of “classic” 1990s mall theaters being posted recently.
Salt Lake Film Society homepage (notice the old title when they only had the Tower)
Historic pictures on “about SLFS” link at bottom right.
Home page for the theater:
Here is the homepage:
Article describing its current use and brief history:
Chatham Cinema to get new marquee.
Not sure if this was installed yet.
Great photos on this link:
This website is absolutely incredible.
Here is their photographic listing for the Ambler:
Interesting article regarding the history:
As promised, here is the color photo and interesting article on the history of this theater.
Original comment should read “western”. My apologies. It is easy to forget that Florida has two coasts.
Here is the homepage for the Trinity Square Repertory Theater:
If you click on “about us” and then “Lederer Theater” you’ll find the entire history of the theater.
Here is the homepage:
I did some research on the state register of historic places. Not many theaters listed, although some are in downtown zones designated as state historic districts. The Brook, however, has its own listing.
See page 2. Hopefully this means that the state will do all it can to assure proper preservation.
Old photo on this link:
Probably from 1938, from the titles on the marquee.
Photo #14 on this website shows the marquee in 1943.
I just noticed, there is no link on this listing.
Here is the theater’s homepage:
Not exactly the picture that I was looking for, here is a link to a fairly recent b&w photo before the restoration.
There are many articles in the local Princeton press about the theater, just finding the one with the nice color photo is proving to be a challenge.
This link provides the history of the theater.
The Kimball theatre homepage doesn’t talk about the history.