58th Street Theatre, New York, NY in 1929 - Grand Lobby from Mezzanine

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58th Street Theatre, New York, NY in 1929 - Grand Lobby from Mezzanine

58th Street Theatre, New York, NY in 1929 – Grand Lobby from Mezzanine

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TonyV
TonyV on September 26, 2013 at 4:30 pm

By 1948 the pots were gone. The Manager’s office was at the far end to the left. Under the staircase was the Chief of Service office and stairs down to the basement. The ticket-taker stood outside the lobby just to the left of the lower corner of the picture. There were five aisles in the auditorium. An usher was usually stationed at Aisle 3, the center one. The huge chandeliers were lowered by hand-cranked winches above the ceiling for relamping and then cranked up again.

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