Charles Allis Art Museum, Margaret Rahill Great Hall
1801 North Prospect Avenue,
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Firms: Uihlein/Wilson Architects
Functions: Movies (Classic)
Styles: Tudor Revival
The Art Museum was the home Charles Allis of the Allis-Chalmers Corporation (agricultural and construction equipment). Him and his wife left the 1911 Tudor-style mansion and its art works to the city of Milwaukee. In 1998 a 1.4 million gift built the Margaret Rahill Great Hall addition, with Uihlein/Wilson Architects and kept with the Tudor-style. Margaret Rahill was the former curator.
Dale Kuntz, Milwaukee’s Mr. Movies does a movie series, films are shown on 16mm, reel-to-reel film so you see these films in their original glory on the big screen.
The current series, Summer 2013 is: A Tribute to Bing Crosby: June 26 - “Holiday Inn” - 1942 - * July 17 - “Mississippi” - 1935 - * July 31 - “Waikiki Wedding” - 1937 - * Aug 14 - “Road To Morocco” - 1942 * August 28 - “Dixie” 1943 - * September 11 - “Road To Utopia” - 1945.
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