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“Dallas Landmark” status has little or no correlation to “National Historic Landmark” status and does not guarantee the Lakewood can not or will not be torn down. The Lakewood has a huge footprint and is land locked in an already overcrowded & busy retail area. Even the Alamo Draft House people cannot make it work because there is simply no way to provide or create adequate and desperately needed parking. This awesome and incredible theater building has been dark for years, now sits abandoned and empty. Its days are surely numbered if the owners cannot make it turn a profit.
Palace on Flickr <> Vanishing Movie Theaters.
Palace Theater on Flickr <> Vanishing Movie Theaters.
The Lakewood on Flickr <> Vanishing Movie Theaters..2016.
The Yucca on Flickr<>Vanishing Movie Theaters.
Joy on Flickr
And the 1925 listing info is from?
The La Harte on flickr.
From the 1980s a photo of the Ritz on Flickr
Ritz Theatre on Flickr
Overton Theatre on Flickr.
Palace Theatre on flickr.
Sunset on Flickr.
Temple Theatre on Flickr.
Center Theatre on Flickr.
Apex Theater on Flickr.
Greer Theater on Flickr.
Pringle Theatre Photo on Flickr.
Pringle Theatre Photo.
Rogers Theater..Rogers City Michigan.
Hi Southern Comfort. I wonder if you would consider contacting me at your convenience. Thanks in advance.
Link to Jim Klenke’s photo of the Lyric.
Link to Adam Martins photo of the Lyric on Cinematour.
This photo belongs to Jim Klenke and was snagged off the internet without permission or proper credit being given. It should be taken down.
This photo was lifted from Adam Martins collection on Cinematour without permission or proper credit and should be taken down.