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1973 photo added, photo credit Steve Fitch, via the National Archives.
Glimpse of the marquee in a 1952 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
1941 photo as the Times Theatre added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Likely originally from one of the dead links…
Circa 1954 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
1932 photo added courtesy of Stella Simms via the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
Circa 1955 photo added courtesy of the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
1986 photo added, photo credit Matt Weber.
Circa 1948 photo added, photo credit Steve Lewandowski.
April 1960 photo added, photo credit Steve Lewandowski.
1957 partial marquee photo added.
Clearer copy of the 1953 photo added.
I added a clearer copy I ran across on facebook.
Circa 1980 photo added courtesy of the Classic Hollywood/Los Angeles/SFV facebook page.
1923 photo added via the Calumet 412 facebook page.
1939 entrance photo added, photo credit Russell Lee.
2003 photo added, photo credit Adam Martin Collection.
Via the Chicago’s Extinct Businesses Facebook page.
Yes. It is The Universal Church today.
Below is the Photos page from their Facebook page.
I also ganked one of the 2015 photos and will add it to the Photos section here as well.
Thank you for the clarification.
The virtual tour looked deeper than I guess it actually is.
Circa 1961 photo added courtesy of Bill Redak.
I went to that Savannah Taphouse link posted in 2015 by JackCoursey, and it has a 360 view/virtual tour of the interior of both floors. It appears to have the original lobby floor, and additional seating on a second floor above what was presumably the auditorium. The kitchen appears to be on the former main auditorium floor.
July 20th 1944 photo & copy added courtesy of The Flickers Facebook page.
It’s probably because of the clear spans of former auditoriums and lower costs of redevelopment versus demolition and new construction. Not to mention the time factor to tear down and start from scratch.
Plans for a new AMC theater and a Miller’s Ale House via the Tribune.
1933 photo added, photo credit Gamma-Keyston/Getty Images.
Terminal marquee in the background.