220 S. Michigan Avenue,
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Chicago’s famed Orchestra Hall, designed by noted Chicago architect Daniel Burnham, and opened on December 14, 1904. It has been home to films intermittently in its long history, first from May-October 1915, and then May-September 1916 showing cinema concerts.
A similar pattern followed for several years, and at one point the building even sported an electric Paramount/Artcraft sign. Since then, the Hall has seen movies on special occasions, and even now will occasionally accompany a silent film.
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