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  • Subject: Marquees
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    • Marquees on Playhouse Square on Euclid Avenue in early 1969

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; City & town life; Marquees; Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Marquees on Playhouse Square on Euclid Avenue in early 1969, by the end of the year all four theaters would be closed.
    • Playhouse Square in March of 1940

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Keith Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Pirchner's Alpine Village (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Marquees
    • March of 1940, looking east on Euclid Ave. from East 17th Street in Cleveland, Ohio. On the north side of the street is the Palace and the State marquees. On the south side of Euclid Avenue is the Alpine Village.
    • Playhouse Square on February 23rd, 1997

    • Playhouse Square Center; Marquees; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • From February 23rd, 1997. The marquees of the Ohio, State, and Palace theaters as well as the Playhouse Square Center marquee. During the period, the Allen Theatre was closed and the Playhouse Square Foundation did not own the Hanna Theatre.
    • Playhouse Square in 1956

    • Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cleveland Recording Co.; Newman, Paul; WDOK (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio News...
    • Euclid Avenue in 1956. Loew's State Theatre is advertising a film by Cleveland's new dramatic star, Paul Newman. The offices of the Cleveland Recording Company, WDOK and the Ohio News Bureau Company are above the marquees.
    • Heights Theatre (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Awnings; Grasses; Marquees; signs; Street railroad tracks; Trees;
    • Laminated black and white photograph of Heights Theatre at Coventry Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard. Included in the photograph is the marquee that reads, "Humphrey Bogart "The Wagons Roll at Night." Signs for a store featuring "odorless dry...
    • Coventry School (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Coventry School (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Flag poles; Flags; Houses; Lighting; Marquees; Parapets; Schools; Sidewalks; Street railroad tracks; Street railroads; Streets; Trees; Cleveland Heights - University Heights School District;
    • Laminated black-and-white photograph of Coventry School located at the intersection of Coventry Road, and Washington and Euclid Heights boulevards (built in 1917, addition in 1921). Photo of school is taken from the top of the Heights Theatre...
    • Heights Theatre (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Balconies; Bricks; Marquees; signs; Street railroad tracks; Windows
    • Laminated black-and-white photograph of the Heights Theatre in Coventry commercial district. Marquee says "Movietone" and "I Married a Doctor," and "Show Boat; Irene Dunne, Allan Jones." Another sign advertises a dry cleaner and "surgeon." ...
    • Playhouse Square during the day in 1928

    • Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Marquees; Street railroads; Barrymore, John, 1882-1942
    • Playhouse Square in 1928, looking west down Euclid Avenue. The marquee of the Allen Theatre offers both the opportunity to see and hear the John Barrymore film The Tempest, which was released in May 27, 1928.
    • State Theatre marquee in 1929

    • Loew's State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Marquees; Playhouse Square Center; State Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Jannings, Emil, 1886-1950
    • The State Theatre Marquee from 1929. The State Theatre offered both films and live entertainment. Emil Jannings was on the most popular and high paid actors in the world at this point, but he was only to make handful of other english speaking...
    • Cinerama at the Palace Theatre, 1958

    • Cinerama; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Marquees; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul
    • In 1956 the Palace Theatre removed 1800 seats from main floor (from Row 22 on back). 2 upper boxes (closest to stage on either side) were also removed to make room for installing the Cinerama equipment. It reopened November 14, 1956, with "This Is...

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