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Please contact me with any Globe or Miami Arizona photos, postcards, business directories, yearbooks, signage, keys, letterheads, advertising, programs from football games theaters plays. Please contact me at
I not totally sure. Email the Main Street Director, Kip, at
Any old photos of the original.
When was it built and I would love to see some better exterior and interior photos? Thanks.
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Here is a photo of the Martin Theater about 1917. It is the building in the center: C:\Documents and Settings\move\Desktop\My Pictures\Big Lot\dominion hotel and martin theater.gsv.jpg
I would be interested in buying any original anitque photos of the Globe Theater or any other theaters in Globe or Miami. Please email
Does anyone have any other Globe Theater photos?
The Globe Theater burned down when the four-story brick building next store caught fire and the wall from the hotel collasped on the theater, destroying, burning the interior. This occured on July 17th, 2005.
THIS IS IN GLOBE, ARIZONA.
After the devastating fire, Globe-Miami’s own Globe Theater is being rebuilt. The theater will be built over the lot of the building next store that was the Trust/Hotel building. The new GLOBE will be built with four screens and stadium seating. A brick face will surround the theater using some of the original bricks from the Hotel. The marquee is being spruced up a bit; the original marquee was changed in the 1960’s-1970, but is being put back to the original design with neon lignting all around the historic sign. After the restoration of the marquee, the marquee will be place on the corner of Broad and Cedar Streets. This an exiciting move forward for this historic small-town community.
The Alden Theater was actually built in 1910. Sorry about the mix up.
Recently, I posted a an old theater that was in Globe a long time ago, the Alden Theater. Please submit any photos you have of the Alden. Thanks.
In the front left corner of this 1940 vintage postcard you can see the Alden’s marquee. Here is the website: View link Please leave links of more photos of the Alden Theater. I would love to see some more.
Has the State Theater been demolished? Has it been any other things beside theater?
I saw my first movie, the Lion King, at the Cine Capri.
People are working on grants from the state to make the GLOBE happen again. To keep the same historic feel. So far they have gotten $2800…hopefully they will get more.
What style is the marquee? Is there a word for the unique type of marquee?
The sister theatre of the GEM is the GlOBE in Globe, Arizona. They were built by the same person.
Anyone have any night photos? I would love to see one.