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    • Announcement for the opening of the Allen Theatre, 1921

    • Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Premieres; Announcements; Playhouse Square Center
    • "Announcing the opening of the one of America's most exceptional theatres, The Allen, Playhouse Square's Newest, Euclid at E. Fourteenth Street, Direction Jules and J. Jay Allen. Presenting the utmost in photoplay attractions, Allen Premier Concert...
    • Cover of menu for Herman Pirchner's Alpine Village

    • Playhouse Square Center; Pirchner's Alpine Village (Cleveland, Ohio); Restaurants; Menus; Pirchner, Herman, 1908-2009
    • A 1943 Menu from Herman Pirchner's Alpine Village which billed itself as "Cleveland's Only Theatre Restaurant." Located in Playhouse Square, it drew some of the biggest names in entertainment, both as performers and as patrons, as well as...
    • Christmas tree on Playhouse Square in 1934

    • Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Keith Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Christmas trees; Christmas; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • A Christmas Tree on Playhouse Square in 1934, behind the tree is the Keith Building, Bulkley Building and the Marquee for the Allen Theatre.
    • Program for the Mayfair Casino from 1936

    • Mayfair Casino; Playhouse Square Center; Restaurants; Nightclubs; Programs
    • A program for the Mayfair Casino. In 1935 the theater was redone as a supper club called the Mayfair Casino. The Mayfair Casino only lasted until December of 1936, which makes this program trumpeting the acts scheduled to perform at the Mayfair in...
    • Inside pages of a program for The Mayfair Casino, 1936

    • Mayfair Casino; Playhouse Square Center; Restaurants; Nightclubs; Programs
    • A program for the Mayfair Casino. In 1935 the theater was redone as a supper club called the Mayfair Casino. The Mayfair Casino only lasted until December of 1936, which makes this program trumpeting the acts scheduled to perform at the Mayfair in...
    • Woman protesting to "Save the Allen Theatre"

    • Playhouse Square Center; Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Shepardson, Ray; Sandwich boards
    • A woman protesting to save the Allen Theatre by wearing a sandwich board advertising an upcoming rally on December 23rd, 1987. In 1993 the Playhouse Square Foundation bought the Allen Theatre and reopened it in 1998.
    • Ticket order form from for the Palace Theatre, 1963

    • Tickets; Playhouse Square Center; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Cinerama; Premieres
    • An order form for tickets to the premiere of the Cinerama version of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World" at the Palace Theatre beginning December 18, 1963. Cinerama, the process, involved projecting images from three synchronized projectors onto a curved...
    • Before and after photo of the Ohio Theatre Restoration in 1981-1982

    • Restorations; Conservation & restoration; Playhouse Square Center; Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Then & now comparisons
    • Before and after photos of the audience seating in the Ohio Theatre. The restoration started in October of 1981 and the theatre reopened July 9, 1982. The Ohio Theatre, part of Playhouse Square Center, is located at 1511 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland,...
    • Hanna Theatre and the Great Lakes Theatre Festival

    • Hanna Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Hanna Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Great Lakes Theater Festival
    • Close-up of the marquee for the Hanna Theatre and Great Lakes Theater Festival in 2008. The Hanna Theatre was renovated and reopened as the new home of the Great Lakes Theater Festival in 2008.
    • Euclid Square Parking Garage

    • Euclid Square Parking Garage (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Parking garages
    • Early Theatre Parking. When the Euclid Square Parking Garage first opened, it spanned 65,000 square feet and billed itself as the World's Largest Parking Garage. It offered a luxurious waiting room for female customers and a similar one for men....
    • Euclid Avenue between E. 14th and E. 17th in 1914

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Millionaires' Row; Playhouse Square Center; Bulkley Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Keith Building (Cleveland, Ohio); Ohio Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Allen Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio);...
    • Euclid Avenue Between E. 14th and E. 17th in 1914. This is the future site on the Bulkley Building, The Keith Building, The Ohio Theatre, The State Theatre, The Palace Theatre and the Allen 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.

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